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Video: Screening Breath Compounds to Identify Patients With Barrett’s Esophagus
Jan. 24, 2017Head to the AGA Journals Blog to watch this Gastro video on the electronic nose device, used to identify GERD patients with Barrett’s esophagus.
General Registration for DDW® 2017 Now Open
Jan. 19, 2017Register today to get your choice of Chicago hotels and to take advantage of the early bird discount.
Happy Birthday, GI & Hepatology News!
Jan. 19, 2017AGA’s newspaper is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Look out for a special “flashback” column in the next 10 issues of the newspaper.
Pediatric GI Wins Liver Disease Award
Jan. 19, 2017Dr. Brian DeBosch is studying the role of hepatic determinants in metabolic diseases.
New Administration Will Bring Changes, AGA Wants Patients Protected
Jan. 19, 2017ACA repeal without a replacement could result in millions of uninsured patients and millions of dollars in uncompensated care to providers.
Leveraging Big Data in GI Research
Jan. 18, 2017Gastro article and accompanying infographics help explain big data-driven discovery in gastroenterology and hepatology.
Save on Your Student Loans
Jan. 18, 2017AGA has partnered with CommonBond to help members refinance their student loans.
What to Do With My Ambulatory Surgery Center
Free Webinar: March 19, 2012, Noon-1 p.m. ET
Gain practical advice to make your ambulatory surgery center run more effectively. Space is limited. Reserve your webinar seat today.
Highlighted Research from the 2017 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium
Jan. 18, 2017Top headlines for this year’s meeting cover physical activity in advanced CRC, treatment for rectal cancer and PET scans for esophageal cancer.
AGA Members: Share What You Know
Jan. 18, 2017Encourage your peers to join AGA today and gain access to a variety of important benefits.
Fellow Presenter Spotlight: Mohammad Bilal
Jan. 17, 2017Dr. Bilal saw a need for quality improvement in the treatment of acute GI bleeding, so he raised awareness of this issue at DDW 2016.
Earn Credit While Reading AGA Journal Articles
Jan. 12, 2017Gastro and CGH now offer subscribers the potential to gain MOC credit through article-based exams.
Now Open: Advanced DDW® Registration for AGA Members
Jan. 11, 2017Members-only registration and housing for DDW 2017 is now open.
Registration Open for 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course
Jan. 11, 2017Early access to registration is open for AGA members. Secure your spot a week before general registration opens and save $75.
New Gastro Special Issue on IBD
Jan. 11, 2017This supplement includes commentaries from leading experts in the field on innovations and changing paradigms in IBD.
CMS Requires Post-Op Visit Tracking for Hemorrhoid Ligation
Jan. 11, 2017Medicare providers in nine states will have to track the visits starting July 1, 2017.
ICD-10 Update Snag Means Some May Avoid PQRS Penalties
Jan. 11, 2017CMS will analyze 2016 data to determine which practices and practitioners were negatively affected.
Minimally-Invasive Endoscopic Procedure Offers New Option for Obese Patients
Jan. 10, 2017Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG) delays gastric emptying, induces early satiation and significantly reduces body weight, researchers report in CGH.
Access our Members-Only Patient Brochure on IBS
Jan. 10, 2017AGA is offering members free, printed easy-to-read patient education brochures on IBS.
2017 AGA Postgraduate Course Resources
Jan. 6, 2017Pre-order resources from the 2017 AGA Postgraduate Course: The Full Scope of GI Advances and gain access to a multi-topic course taught by world-renowned leaders.
Annual AGA Tech Summit Returns to Boston in 2017
Jan. 4, 2017Attend the only GI-centric forum dedicated to helping medical innovation evolve in the GI space.
New Section in CGH: Research Correspondence
Jan. 3, 2017Check out the journal’s newest section, which includes concise and smaller scientific reports of original research studies.
Sign Up for Free 2017 Regional Practice Workshops
Jan. 3, 2017During these free workshops in February and April, GI leaders will address topics rarely discussed in fellowship for early-career GIs.
How Can We Study Genetic Heterogeneity Within Hepatocellular Carcinomas?
Jan. 3, 2017Gastro researchers have developed a patient-derived cell line-based model to study how intratumor heterogeneity affects sensitivity of HCC to different therapeutic agents.