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MOC Changes Coming to GI in 2019

March 30, 2017

It remains to be seen whether this new system is an improvement for GI learners.

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AGA Offers Free Patient Education Tools on Colorectal Cancer

March 29, 2017

Share this credible, accessible information on colorectal cancer — available in both English and Spanish — with your patients.

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AGA Tools Help GIs Manage Patients with Obesity

March 29, 2017

AGA offers opportunities (both in-person and on-demand) for GIs to learn about and discuss management of their patients with obesity.

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Intrahepatic Biliary Duct Dilatation With an Unusual Choledochoscope Image

March 29, 2017

This Gastroenterology Clinical Image Challenge highlights a 52-year-old man with recurrent upper abdominal pain on the right side and fever.

AGA Journals Blog

What are the Different Types of Liver Cancer, and How do They Develop?

March 28, 2017

A review article in the March issue of Gastroenterology discusses different hypotheses about the cells responsible for liver tumorigenesis. The article also reviews the different classes of liver tumors, based on the molecular

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Early Career Members Only

March 28, 2017

Join your peers in a private online collaboration and education space for trainees and members up to 7 years out of fellowship.

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A Deep Dive Into the Different Types of Liver Cancer

March 28, 2017

A Gastroenterology review article discusses different hypotheses about the cells responsible for liver tumorigenesis. Find out more on the AGA Journals Blog.
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You Could Attend the Postgraduate Course For Free

March 28, 2017

Share your questions on a handful of AGA Postgraduate Course topics for your chance to win free registration for the 2017 course (if you already registered, we'll reimburse you).

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Earn CME and MOC Credit in the March Journals

March 27, 2017

Three new quizzes are now available covering celiac disease, hepatitis C and defecatory disorders.

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Balloon Dilation and Electrohydraulic Lithotripsy for Treating an Impacted Duodenal Bezoar

March 27, 2017

Enjoy March's image challenge from AGA's journal, Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

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Introducing Our "Shark Tank" Participants

March 24, 2017

Do these innovative GI devices/technologies have what it takes to achieve success in the marketplace? These 5 participants will go up against a panel at the 2017 AGA Tech Summit.

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New AGA Perspectives Features Debate on Colonoscopy vs. FIT

March 23, 2017

The latest issue of AGA's opinion magazine discusses the best tool for opportunistic CRC screening, as well as articles on IBD, HCV and more.

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House Vote on Health-Care Legislation Expected Today

March 23, 2017

AGA remains committed to ensuring patients have access to health care, including preventive benefits.

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AGA’s MACRA Webinar Series

March 23, 2017

Free to AGA members, these on-demand webinars provide tips to help you prepare.

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The High Cost of IBS

March 22, 2017

Despite its clear economic burden, IBS is not fully recognized as the driver of costs it is, which in turn can impact prescribing. Read more in the AGA-MedPage Today Reading Room.

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Time to Get Involved in Advocacy for Increased Research Funding

March 22, 2017

Dr. Dhanasekaran discusses her career as a GI physician scientist and the potential effects of proposed budget cuts.

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Multirevisional Bariatric Surgery: What is the Diagnosis?

March 22, 2017

This Gastroenterology Clinical Image Challenge highlights a 63-year-old man presented for management of his morbid obesity.

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Take Our Obesity Quiz

March 22, 2017

Test your obesity management knowledge with a patient scenario that applies the advice from the AGA Clinical Practice Update on endoscopic bariatric therapies.

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Tell Congress — Sustainable Research Funding is Necessary

March 22, 2017

Join AGA Virtual Advocacy Day on March 30 to ensure Congress hears the voice of GI about research funding.

AGA Journals Blog

What is the Incidence of Achalasia?

March 21, 2017

The incidence of achalasia is at least twice as high as previously believed, 2 studies (one from Chicago, the other from Australia) show in the March issue of Clinical Gastroenterology

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5 CV Mistakes Every Gastroenterologist Should Avoid

March 21, 2017

Your CV is the basis of any potential employer’s first impression, so pay attention to these common mistakes.

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What is the Incidence of Achalasia?

March 21, 2017

Based on two CGH studies (one from Chicago, the other from Australia), the incidence of achalasia is at least twice as high as previously believed. More info on the AGA Journals Blog.

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New HCV Treatments Work Well for Severe Liver Disease

March 21, 2017

New therapies are safe and effective in patients with decompensated cirrhosis. Find out more in the AGA-MedPage Today Reading Room.

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Gastroenterologists Trust UpToDate®

March 20, 2017

AGA partner UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based clinical decision support resource, trusted by health-care practitioners to help them make the right decisions at the point-of-care.