Experts & Opinions
AGA Expert Blogs
AGA experts are blogging about new research and hot topics in gastroenterology.
- Jeffrey A. Hagen, MD, and Jacques Van Dam, MD, PhD, from the Digestive Health Center at Keck Medicine of USC discuss the symptoms, risk factors and treatment options for esophageal cancer in HealthCentral: No Laughing Matter — What to Know About Esophageal Cancer.
- As part of a national digestive wellness campaign, AGA's Councillor-at-Large Byron L. Cryer, MD, discusses two important topics in GI: CRC prevention and OTC medicine safety: Prevention Must Take Precedence.
- Patrick M. Lynch, MD, explains the role of genetic testing for colorectal cancer in KevinMD: Young patients with adenomas: Who should get genetic testing?
- In honor of colorectal cancer awareness month, Theodore R. Levin, MD, shares tips for improving CRC screening rates in KevinMD: How we doubled colorectal cancer screening rates.
- Magnus Simrén, MD, discusses the low-FODMAPs diet for IBS in HealthCentral: Diet as a Therapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Progress at Last.
- Colleen R. Kelly, MD, provides HuffPost Healthy Living readers with an inside look into fecal transplants: Fecal Transplants: An Inside Look at the Potential, Progress and Pitfalls.
AGA Perspectives provides an opinion forum for noted gastroenterologists to debate today’s most controversial topics in the science and practice of gastroenterology.
The February/March 2014 issue is the special colorectal cancer issue.
- Stool DNA Testing for Colorectal Cancer Comes of Age
- Bundled Payments: Why Now?
- Serrated Lesions of the Colorectum
- Medical Management of Young Patients With Adenomas: Who Should Get Genetic Testing?
- A Systematic Approach to Colorectal Cancer Screening
- Should We Individualize Therapy Based On Genetics of Colorectal Tumors?
- Worldwide Trials in Screening Colonoscopy and Colorectal Cancer
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