Crohn Disease FAQs (cont.)
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Who gets Crohn's disease?
Anyone can get Crohn's disease. Crohn's disease affects all ages and all social and ethnic groups. Crohn's disease most often strikes young adults aged 15
to 30 years, but it can also appear in young children, middle-aged, and elderly people.
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