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Learn from Colleagues' Difficult Crohn's Cases

June 22, 2016

Collaborate with your colleagues to reach the best-case scenario in de-identified patient cases across the country.

This week, members have been soliciting advice in AGA Community for diverse and complicated patient cases, especially related to Crohn’s disease. Your point of view can help fellow GIs handle cases in ways they may not have originally considered.

Share your thoughts on these cases currently under review in the community, and learn how others suggest handling tough cases:

Have a difficult patient case you’re facing? Anonymously post your questions to the GI community.

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