by Carson-DeWitt R

Resource Guide for Peptic Ulcer Disease

RESOURCES

Address:
4930 Del Ray Ave.
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone:
1-301-654-2055
Internet Address:
http://www.gastro.org
Description of Services Provided:
This website contains a wealth of information about digestive disorders, their diagnosis, and their treatment. Message boards let you exchange information with other people working to meet the challenge of living with a gastrointestinal condition. You can get information about upcoming meetings and research projects. You can locate a gastroenterologist (digestive disorders specialist) in your area.

RESOURCES

Address:
1600 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta GA 30333
Phone:
1-800-232-4636
Internet Address:
http://www.cdc.gov
Description of Services Provided:
This website provides patient education materials about H. pylori in English and Spanish, recent research findings, and information about the economic impact of peptic ulcer disease. There is also TV and radio public service announcements and an order form for printed materials.

RESOURCES

Address:
National Institutes of Health
Building 31, Room 9A04
Center Drive, MSC 2560
Bethesda, MD 20892
Email Form:
https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USNIDDK/subscriber/new
Internet Address:
http://www.niddk.nih.gov
Description of Services Provided:
This website contains patient education materials in both English and Spanish about peptic ulcers, as well as about other gastrointestinal and kidney disorders and diabetes. Recent research findings are reported, and ongoing research projects are outlined. There’s also information for people interested in becoming research subjects.

Revision Information

  • Reviewer: Brian Randall
  • Review Date: 09/2012
  • Update Date: 09/12/2012

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