There is a tradition at the University of Chicago of studying and providing care to people who suffer from inflammatory bowel diseases, which includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. And it goes all the way back to 1936 when one of the first patients was seen here with that problem. And over all these years, we've been one of the leading centers to provide that type of care to people with complex inflammatory bowel disorders.
We've helped develop all the modern treatments that are currently being used, and studied those treatments, but also have worked very hard to identify a better understanding of what causes them and hopefully leading to cures for these conditions.
My colleagues and I work with 60 different professionals in a multidisciplinary environment to provide the patient with Crohn's and colitis what they need. It really is a village to take care of patients who suffer from these conditions. And we're really proud of that village and how we do what we do.