List of people diagnosed with Crohn's disease

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The following is a list of notable people diagnosed with Crohn's disease. Crohn's disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus, causing a wide variety of symptoms. It primarily causes abdominal pain, diarrhea (which may be bloody if inflammation is at its worst), vomiting (can be continuous), or weight loss,[1][2][3] but may also cause complications outside the gastrointestinal tract such as skin rashes, arthritis, inflammation of the eye, tiredness, and lack of concentration.[1]

Name Notability Reference
Albert, Prince Consort Husband of Queen Victoria [4][5]
Alfred the Great King of the Anglo-Saxons [6][7][8]
Anastacia American pop singer [9]
Juliet Anderson American pornographic actress [10]
Ken Baumann American actor, writer, publisher [11]
Lili Boulanger French composer [12]
Jeffrey Brown American comic book artist and graphic novelist [13]
Pierre Carette Former leader of the Belgian extreme-left militant group CCC [14]
Ali Carter English snooker player [15]
Claire Chitham New Zealand actress [16]
Chris Conley Lead singer and guitarist of the band Saves The Day [17]
Lew DeWitt American country music singer and composer [18]
Kevin Dineen Former professional ice hockey player [19]
Shannen Doherty American actress [20]
Dynamo English magician [21]
Dwight D. Eisenhower 34th President of the United States [22]
Sam Faiers English television personality [23]
Theoren Fleury Professional ice hockey player [24]
Tommie Frazier Former Nebraska quarterback [25]
David Garrard An American football player [26]
Carrie Grant British celebrity vocal coach [27]
Jim Hickey New Zealand weather broadcaster for TVNZ [28]
Nicky Hopkins English pianist and famed session musician [29]
Jeff Hordley English actor best known for the soap opera Emmerdale [30]
Ellen Idelson TV comedy writer, actress, and producer [31]
Derrick Jensen American author and environmental activist [32]
Dennis Kucinich U.S. Representative [33]
Jon Landau Rock critic [34]
Matt Light American Football player, New England Patriots [35]
Louis XIII King of France [36][37]
Jeremy Mansfield South African radio host [38]
Mike McCready Lead guitarist of the American rock band Pearl Jam [39]
Thomas Menino Former mayor of Boston, Massachusetts [40]
Felicia Michaels American comedian [41]
Mark Millar Scottish comic book writer, best known for the Marvel Comics series The Ultimates and Civil War [42]
Mary Ann Mobley Miss America in 1959 [43]
Rhys Morgan Welsh sceptic [44]
James Morrison English golfer [45]
Gerald Nash Irish politician [46]
Ogden Nash American poet [47]
Dan O'Bannon American screenwriter (Alien, Total Recall) [48]
Beth Orton English singer-songwriter [49]
Daryl Palumbo Lead singer for the bands Glassjaw and Head Automatica [50]
James Powderly American artist and activist [51]
Mark Reale American guitarist for the band Riot [52]
Beth Rickey Political activist [53]
Jerry Sadowitz Scottish comedian [54]
Jim Sheppard Bassist of the American metal band Nevermore [55]
George Steele American professional wrestler [56]
Ken Stott Scottish actor [57]
Joe Thomas Welsh 800m athlete [58]
Mieczysław Weinberg Polish Jewish composer [59]
Yoni Wolf Musician [60]
Yoon Jong-shin Korean singer/songwriter [61]

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  39. ^ "A Conversation with Pearl Jam Guitarist Mike McCready". healthtalk.com. 25 June 2004.
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  55. ^ NEVERMORE Bassist to Undergo Surgery To Remove Benign Brain Tumor blabbermouth.net 16 February 2011
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