Empowering Patients: IBS Research Registry

4th April 2019

Do you suffer with IBS?

The launch of a new registry ‘ContactME-IBS’ is your chance to become involved in crucial research into Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

ContactME-IBS is a registry allowing users to be one of the first to hear about IBS research and the platform will also give users the opportunity to take part. With basic contact information, you will be matched to relevant IBS research as and when it becomes available and can choose whether or not you wish to participate.

The aim is to encourage as many people to sign up to the registry as possible. With this, IBS research can become more targeted and better treatments can be developed. More importantly, patients could become increasingly involved within research, which could shape the future of IBS research trials and move medical science forward.

This is your chance to have an impact.

Register at www.contactme-ibs.co.uk or for further information, call 0191 333 2812 or email info@contactme-ibs.co.uk

Why do we need an IBS Research Registry?

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