Shorter Disease Duration Is Associated With Higher Rates of Response to Vedolizumab in Patients With Crohn's Disease But Not Ulcerative Colitis

David M. Faleck, Adam Winters, Shreya Chablaney, Preeti Shashi, Joseph Meserve, Aaron Weiss, Satimai Aniwan, Jenna L. Koliani-Pace, Gursimran Kochhar, Brigid S. Boland, Siddharth Singh, Robert Hirten, Eugenia Shmidt, Varun Kesar, Karen Lasch, Michelle Luo, Matthew Bohm, Sashidhar Varma, Monika Fischer, David HudesmanShannon Chang, Dana Lukin, Keith Sultan, Arun Swaminath, Nitin Gupta, Corey A. Siegel, Bo Shen, William J. Sandborn, Sunanda Kane, Edward V. Loftus, Bruce E. Sands, Jean Frederic Colombel, Parambir S. Dulai*, Ryan Ungaro

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