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Sept. 20, 2017

UpToDate® is the premier evidence-based clinical decision support resource gastroenterologists trust for reliable medical information.

Gastroenterologists rely on UpToDate to make the right point-of-care decisions. With access to more than 10,500 topics spanning 25 specialties, you can find answers you need quickly and easily. Plus, you can earn CME when you research a topic in UpToDate and you can even fulfill your MOC requirements — without leaving the office.

See Why UpToDate Subscribers Depend on It
UpToDate physician authors and editors are recognized leaders in gastroenterology — the team you want to turn to when seeking clinical expertise. Robert Cusworth, MD, says, "UpToDate is the best reference for current, expert, clinically relevant recommendations on an extraordinarily wide range of topics. It is well-referenced, continuously updated and organized with embedded links that allow me to quickly locate the information I'm seeking. And as an added treat, CME credit is automatically logged when you review a topic”.
The GI content in UpToDate covers both common and rare conditions, with a focus on clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment so you can find gastroenterology and hepatology clinical information that you trust. With access via your desktop computer, tablet or mobile device, you can find reliable answers to your clinical questions in any specialty, quickly and easily.
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As an AGA member, you are entitled to a 14-day, no obligation free trial of UpToDate. You simply need to login as an AGA member to take advantage of this special offer.  
You may also subscribe to UpToDate risk-free today and see what a difference it can make in your practice.*


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