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2017 Membership Renewal Period Now Open
Sept. 28, 2016Stay connected with AGA and thrive in GI.
MOC Debate Heats Up: 2 Things to Know
Sept. 28, 2016Join the discussion on the AGA Community to share your thoughts on the recent ABIM proposals.
Technology Meets Education in AGA Community
Sept. 28, 2016Members of the Academy of Educators recently brainstormed innovative ways to improve training programs with technology.
Hepatitis C Virus RNA Persists in Liver Explants of Most Patients Awaiting Liver Transplantation Treated With an Interferon-Free Regimen
Sept. 27, 2016We assessed the presence of hepatitis C virus RNA in liver explants from 39 patients awaiting liver transplantation who were treated with an interferon-free regimen and had undetectable serum HCV RNA at the time of liver transplantation.
ADAR-Mediated RNA Editing Predicts Progression and Prognosis of Gastric Cancer
Sept. 27, 2016Emerging evidence suggests a role for RNA editing and ADARs in cancer, however, the relationship between RNA editing and GC development and progression remains unknown.
High Efficacy of ABT-493 and ABT-530 Treatment in Patients With HCV Genotype 1 or 3 Infection and Compensated Cirrhosis
Sept. 27, 2016In cirrhotic HCV GT1- or GT3-infected patients, ABT-493 plus ABT-530 with or without RBV achieved SVR12 rates of 96%–100% and was well tolerated.
Prevalence of Sclerosing Cholangitis Detected by Magnetic Resonance Cholangiography in Patients With Long-term Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Sept. 27, 2016Using MRC analysis of patients with long-term IBD, we found the prevalence of PSC to be around 3-fold higher than that detected based on symptoms.
Hepatology Learning Opportunity
Develop an updated approach to the patient with NAFLD, NASH or alcoholic liver disease by attending the 2014 AGA Spring Postgraduate Course. Registration is discounted until March 26.
Duodenal Bacteria From Patients With Celiac Disease and Healthy Subjects Distinctly Affect Gluten Breakdown and Immunogenicity
Sept. 27, 2016We investigated gluten metabolism by opportunistic pathogens and commensal duodenal bacteria and characterized the capacity of the produced peptides to activate gluten-specific T-cells from CD patients.
Flex Your Endorsement Muscle
Sept. 27, 2016Use the 'recommend' button in AGA Community to endorse a response and boost its value to the discussion author.
Have a Topic in Mind for the 2018 Freston Conference?
Sept. 27, 2016Send in your suggestions for the next James W. Freston conference by Jan. 6, 2017.
Genetic Complexity of Crohn’s Disease in Two Large Ashkenazi Jewish Families
Sept. 27, 2016We studied 2 large Ashkenazi Jewish families with a high prevalence of CD in an attempt to identify novel genetic risk variants.
What's the Cause of This Patient's Gastrointestinal Ulcers?
Sept. 22, 2016The patient was treated 15 years ago with interferon alpha for infection with HCV genotype 1, but the treatment failed to eradicate the virus.
AGA Celebrates Its Peer Reviewers
Sept. 22, 2016AGA recognizes the important role peer reviewers play in advancing our scholarly publications. Here are a few ways we are highlighting them during Peer Review Week.
AGA Perspectives Features Asymptomatic Pancreatic Cyst Debate
Sept. 22, 2016The issue also provides quick takes on the growing role of GI in obesity treatment, big data in health care and the future of HCV therapy.
AGA Rejects ABIM’s Proposed MOC Pathways
Sept. 22, 2016ABIM proposes to replace the 10-year exam with either a two or five year alternative MOC Pathway.
Free On-Demand Webcast Addresses Challenges in HCV Patient Care
Sept. 21, 2016Experts provide NPs and PAs with timely information on recent developments in the treatment of chronic hepatitis C.
Kimberly Agbo Awarded 2016 AGA Investing in the Future Student Research Fellowship
Sept. 21, 2016The award, presented by the AGA Research Foundation, will provide Abgo with the opportunity to work in a research lab for the first time.
Help Your Practice Thrive with the AGA Coding and Billing Center
Sept. 21, 2016Take advantage of AGA’s member benefits to make sure you code properly.
Patient Interest Comes First
Sept. 21, 2016A patient case conversation in our members-only forum touches on reimbursement issues surrounding two procedures in one day.
Did You Answer Correctly?
Sept. 21, 2016We posted a GERD question in AGA Community to help you prep for the board exam. Find out the correct answer.
Tip for GI Fellows: Be a Sponge
Sept. 21, 2016GI fellows should take advantage of the everyday learning opportunities, AGA members advise. Help us reach new GI fellows by sharing this tip and more.
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Time for Peer Review Week!
Sept. 20, 2016September 19th to 25th is Peer Review Week! Peer Review Week is a global event celebrating the essential role that peer review has in maintaining scientific quality. The goal is to bring
Sept. 23: Deadline for 3 AGA Recognition Prizes
Sept. 20, 2016Submit your nominations soon to be considered.