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Largest Analysis Examining Barriers to EPI Diagnosis Finds Patients with Digestive Health Issues Overlook Their Symptoms
Oct. 25, 2016New survey, EPI Uncovered, shows individuals with chronic gastrointestinal troubles report lack of communication as a factor to underdiagnosis.
The Silver Lining of an Inflammatory Bowel Disease Diagnosis
Oct. 19, 2016New CGH research finds that children with IBD grow up to do exceptionally well in terms of educational levels attained, annual income and marital status.
How the Gut Microbiome May Help Us Prevent IBD
Oct. 14, 2016Plus other noteworthy research updates from CMGH on how high altitude levels impact progression of IBD and the value of the pig in GI research.
When Hit with Pain, Americans May Risk Overdose
Sept. 1, 2016
AGA Answers Call for Quality Colorectal Cancer Patient Info
Aug. 22, 2016CGH research finds a notable variation in accuracy, quality and readability of patient-oriented web information on colorectal cancer.
AGA Releases Animated Infographic Highlighting Challenges Faced by IBS Patients
Aug. 16, 2016Based on the “IBS in America” survey findings, infographic promotes continued education to advance patient care.
AGA Launches New Patient Education Initiative and Care Tools to Help Facilitate High-Quality Care
Aug. 8, 2016Digital PatientINFO Center and the MyGiHealth app provide tools for GIs to use with patients.
Save the Date — AGA Virtual Symposium on GI Oncology
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011
Noon–1 p.m. ET
This symposium is supported in part by an educational grant from Bristol Myers-Squibb.
AGA Establishes NIH-Funded Registry to Track Fecal Microbiota Transplants
Aug. 4, 2016Registry will protect the well-being of patients and guide further scientific exploration of this gut microbiome-based intervention.
AGA and Pfizer Inc. Call on Scientists to Offer New Approaches to IBD Research
July 5, 2016Pfizer will fund three research grants to support innovative research projects related to IBD.
AGA Presents Need for Specialty Alternative Payment Models to CMS and Congress
June 29, 2016Specialists should be able to qualify for alternative payment models under MACRA.
AGA and Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A. Inc. Announce New Grants for IBD Researchers
June 23, 2016Three new grants will support inflammatory bowel disease research projects with the potential to improve patient care.
Stem Cell Transplant from Young to Old Can Heal Stomach Ulcers
June 16, 2016Plus other important research updates from CMGH on the gut microbiome in IBD and alcoholic liver disease.
AGA Joins Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing
June 8, 2016AGA is working to curb rising drug costs.
Dr. Timothy Wang Becomes AGA’s 111th President
May 24, 2016AGA welcomed its newest president at Digestive Disease Week 2016.
AGA Presents Prestigious Recognition Awards to GI Leaders
May 23, 2016AGA’s highest honor is awarded to C. Richard Boland, MD, AGAF.
AGA Research Foundation Announces 2016 Class of Research Award Winners
May 20, 2016AGA is proud to recognize the 2016 research award winners during a celebration at DDW®.
The Best of AGA Science at DDW 2016
May 16, 2016For media attending DDW, follow this guide for the best AGA science and microbiome presentations at the meeting.
In U.S., Celiac Disease Diagnosis Is Most Common Among Patients with Punjabi Ancestry
May 9, 2016New CGH study identifies racial and ethnic variations of celiac disease in U.S.
Landmark Survey Reveals Physical and Emotional Challenges Faced by Patients Living with IBS
April 13, 2016New analysis of survey findings released in recognition of IBS Awareness Month.
AGA and AbbVie Survey Patients and Physicians to Uncover Barriers in Addressing Gastrointestinal Issues
April 12, 2016Survey to identify gaps that may impact proper diagnosis of the often overlooked exocrine pancreatic insufficiency.
AGA's New Interactive Experience Helps Your Patients Understand Safe OTC Use
March 24, 2016AGA's Gut Check Journey helps your patients navigate their over-the-counter pain medicine use.
Antibiotics Before Age 2 Increases Risk for Childhood Obesity
March 22, 2016Gastro article in press finds that 3 or more courses of antibiotics before the age of 2 increases risk of childhood obesity.
AGA to Offer New Patient Care Workshops Across US
March 2, 2016AGA Institute, PRIME and AMCP will provide physicians educational programming to improve the care coordination of HCV and IBD patients.