IFFGD
is your resource for reliable digestive health knowledge, support, and assistance about functional gastrointestinal (GI) and motility disorders (FGIMDs).  We are a nonprofit that started in 1991.  Discover information you need on digestive disorders in adults and children.

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Fundraise for Digestive Health

Millions of people of all ages know the profound effect a chronic digestive disorder can have on daily life. But, you can help. Make a difference and provide your family and friends with a way to support something important to you by starting a fundraiser with IFFGD.

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Sharing your experience of living with a chronic digestive health condition can provide a therapeutic release for you as well as encourage others who may be suffering to keep fighting.

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What's Happening?

  • September 2018 eNewsletter

    In this month's newsletter, we're exploring the idea of change and how you can proactively work to c... Read More
  • Medical News Updates

    Here is a sampling of research and medical news that provide clues to better understanding GI disord... Read More
  • Newest Book of Interest

    In Take Control of Your IBS, Dr. Peter Whorwell, MD, distills over 30 years of experience and resear... Read More

Advocacy

  • Bill HR 1187

    The Functional Gastrointestinal and Motility Disorders Research Enhancement Act has been reintroduced in... Read More
  • Advocates in Action

    What does it mean to be an advocate? Advocates are people who speak out about something they ...... Read More
  • Tools for Raising Awareness

    By speaking out with us, you can have an impact on improving the quality of life for those suffering wit... Read More
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Research

  • Research Supported by IFFGD

    IFFGD has presented Research Awards to investigators from around the world engaged in research to im... Read More
  • The Need for Research Funding

    More than 25% of the global population reportedly suffers in some capacity from a functional gastroi... Read More
  • Take Part in Clinical Trials

    Clinical research studies/trials seek to find new and better ways to treat, control, prevent, diagno... Read More