Thiopurine withdrawal during sustained clinical remission in inflammatory bowel disease: Relapse and recapture rates, with predictive factors in 237 patients

N. A. Kennedy, R. Kalla, B. Warner, C. J. Gambles, R. Musy, S. Reynolds, R. Dattani, H. Nayee, R. Felwick, R. Harris, S. Marriott, S. M. Senanayake, C. A. Lamb, H. Al-Hilou, D. R. Gaya, P. M. Irving, J. Mansfield, M. Parkes, T. Ahmad, J. R.F. CummingsI. D. Arnott, J. Satsangi, A. J. Lobo, M. Smith, J. O. Lindsay, C. W. Lees*

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