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In Case You Missed It ...

May 3, 2012

The latest studies in AGA's journals were shared by many of our followers on Twitter. Check out last week's highlights.

The latest studies in AGA's journals were shared by many of our followers on Twitter. Here are some highlights from last week:

  • 2012 special issue of Gastro is now online with latest updates on viral #hepatitis research and treatment: ow.ly/azfKh.
  • Gastro: What is the prevalence of #celiac disease among patients with non-constipated #IBS? Find out now: ow.ly/avVGf.
  • April is IBS Awareness Month: #IBS patients differ in cerebral responses to standardized rectal distensions. ow.ly/assGc.
  • Read about how to initiate azathioprine for Crohn’s in this FREE education practice article from CGH: ow.ly/assbq.

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