IBS: Help Researchers Help You

28th March 2019

Are you one of 20% of people suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome in the UK?

Are you Female and aged between 25-55?

Researches led by a Gastroenterologist specialising in the link between the gut and the brain are looking for female IBS sufferers (aged 25-55) to take part in a short survey.

The survey on abdominal pain and anxiety could help researchers develop future treatments for the condition.

For your time you will receive a £5 Amazon gift voucher.

If you’d like to contribute to this exciting new development, contact: ibs.medtech@gmail.com

20% of people in the UK suffer with IBS

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