FREE Promo Code – “worldibdday2017”
WANTED: Crohn’s End is a Crohn’s documentary about empowered patients with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. When nothing works, they struggle to use controversial alternative treatments.
Released: August 2016
Runtime: 70 minutes
Rated: PG-13 for limited profanity and graphic images (not officially rated by the MPAA)
To watch WANTED: Crohn’s End (free) follow the steps below:
- In the video window, click on “Rent $2,000” (read why it costs that much)
- Log in or create a new Vimeo.com account
- Choose either Rent or Buy
- Ignore payment form, click on “Apply promo code”
- Enter the code “worldibdday2017”
- Click Apply
- Click Continue
- Watch and download instantly. Look for an email receipt sent to the same email address you use for your Vimeo.com account.
World IBD Day 2017
This May 19th, 2017 is World IBD Day. Organizations around the world are joining together to raise awareness for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Because these diseases are so damaging to one’s physical and mental health, while also being invisible to outsiders, we need all the awareness we can get.
As a way to contribute towards a successful World IBD Day, I am offering a free online screening of my recently released documentary, WANTED: Crohn’s End. The screening will occur this May 19th through May 21st. This is a limited screening, after 500 free screenings the promo code will be disabled. Tell your friends about the movie! Spread awareness for IBDs and alternative treatments. You may also read about the recent price increase.
While watching WANTED: Crohn’s End you will:
- Understand the leading theory of causation of IBDs, the Biome Depletion Theory.
- Be inspired by stories of triumph over Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis.
- Learn about Human Microbiota Transplants, Helminthic Therapy, GAPS, The Biome Depletion Theory, the 5R Healing IBD Framework, and more.
- Become empowered to have a greater say in the care of your IBD with your healthcare team.
- Hear from your favorite IBD advocates like Jini Patel Thompson, Jay “CrohnsBoy” Baluk, Tara Rosas, Matt Robinson, and Sean Ahrens. Get to know the characters in the film.