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The BCIR Advocate and author of the best selling BCIR book, “Colitis Be Gone,” establishes a website that discusses the BCIR (Barnett Continent Intestinal Reservoir) procedure, as it has become a popular option for people with ulcerative colitis. The website is a leading educational source of BCIR information for those considering the operation and those who now live with the BCIR surgery.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
The BCIR Advocate brings a complete BCIR (Barnett Continent Intestinal Reservoir) reference site and discussion platform to the global online community at http://barnettcontinentintestinalreservoir.com. Discussing his firsthand experience as a BCIR patient, the BCIR Advocate helps to answer questions about the BCIR surgery as well as offering helpful advice for those who’ve had the BCIR procedure. With informative articles, videos, and tips, the website offers a comprehensive source for those searching for more BCIR information.
Living with ulcerative colitis for several years with no real solution, Jay, the BCIR Advocate and author of the best selling BCIR book, “Colitis Be Gone,” was elated to be presented with the BCIR (Barnett Continent Intestinal Reservoir) as an option. The BCIR is an intra-abdominal continent pouch that is constructed from a portion of one’s own small intestine. Though no external appliance needed, the patient will have a small stoma on the lower right abdomen. With pre-cancerous conditions, Jay opted for the BCIR surgery with a fantastic outcome: Freedom from ulcerative colitis with the BCIR Surgery!
Jay launched the BCIR Advocate website http://barnettcontinentintestinalreservoir.com to help connect those looking for an alternative solution for severe ulcerative colitis as well as other disorders. Along with current firsthand blog posts, the website captures a real life perspective of someone living with the BCIR. The site includes videos, Q&A, and a BCIR Tips page that serves as a knowledge center for BCIR patients and those curious about the BCIR surgery.
The new website means that people can now benefit from rich online content that is easy to navigate and share with others. Visitors can get informed about the latest BCIR news and discussions on the BCIR surgery. The website allows users to share their own stories and questions.
About BCIR Advocate
The BCIR Advocate is a website that was created to bring awareness to the BCIR (Barnett Continent Intestinal Reservoir). We discuss the BCIR Procedure, BCIR Surgery, BCIR Hospitals, BCIR Information, BCIR Doctors, BCIR Operation, BCIR Ostomy, and how the BCIR can help one’s ulcerative colitis.
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