2011-11-01 15:45:52 UTC

News Worth Retweeting

Nov. 3, 2011

Take a look at some of our favorite newsworthy tweets from last week. Feel free to share our favorites and yours.

Here are some of our favorite shared news items on Twitter from last week:

  • Own a GI Pathology Lab? We Need to Hear From You! ow.ly/7c5y9.
  • Ghost Writing Persists in Major Medical Journals. Analysis of 6 journals found 'inappropriate authorship': ow.ly/7c4AY.
  • Image of the Month describes unique reason for 12-yr-old to have poor appetite. ow.ly/7c147.
  • RT @Doctor_V: Very cool interview with @kevinmd on @medcrunch bit.ly/uCg0gd.
  • Learn how PPIs increase intestinal damage from #NSAIDs in today’s post from The AGA Journals Blog. ow.ly/78eXQ.
  • RT @MidwestGastro: 5 diseases more common in minorities - #coloncancer one of them: ow.ly/72M2y.

Have any news that you would like us to share with our AGA members? Please send them to communications@gastro.org or share them on our social media channels:

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