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Learn about Cancer, Colonoscopy and Bundled Care in 2016

March 7, 2016

A dedicated general session on the colon is scheduled for May 22 during the 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course.

The 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course: Cognitive and Technical Skills for the Gastroenterologist is set to teach the newest advances in cancer, colonoscopy and care on May 22, 2016, during Digestive Disease Week® (DDW). John Inadomi, MD, AGAF, session moderator and AGA clinical research councilor, will address a series of innovations alongside other world-renowned faculty. As gastroenterologists and scientists, you lead the charge in advancing colon care.

Session Topics Include:

  • Advances in Understanding Pathogenesis of Common GI Cancers for the Practicing Gastroenterologist — Implications for Therapy: Richard Boland, MD, AGAF
  • Colon Cancer Screening: John Inadomi, MD, AGAF
  • Hereditary and Familial Colorectal Cancer: Lynch, Familial Polyposis and Beyond: Uri Ladabaum, MD
  • Mastering the Difficult Colonoscopy and Polypectomy — Tricks of the Trade: Douglas Rex, MD, AGAF, FASGE
  • A Primer on Performance Measures and Bundled Payment: Volume to Value: Rajeev Jain, MD, AGAF

Save Big When You Register by April 6
By attending this 1.5-day course, you will also gain insight into five other disease states and get practical take-home points to bring back to your practice. Pricing is discounted for AGA members (especially trainees and young GIs). Register now.

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