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Dr. Rachel Issaka

Population Health Interventions to Improve CRC Screening by FIT

There is clear evidence that screening by colonoscopy and stool-based tests is cost-effective and saves lives. However it remains underutilized. FIT use in screening is rapidly increasing. Are there interventions that could improve adherence to FIT-based CRC screening?

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November 29 & 30

Liver Transplantation: Past, Present and Future

PNWGS and UWGI celebrate the career of local star, Dr. Robert Carithers, for his immesurable contributions to the Liver Care Line and Transplant Hepatology Section at UWMC. Dr. Carithers will be speaking on Liver Transplantation: Past, Present and Future.

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Continuing Medical Education

Save the Date! State-of-the-Art in Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Saturday, January 26th

This full-day continuing medical education course discusses the latest advances in research and state-of-the-art clinical practices in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology.

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Dr. Bryan Balmadrid

Recent Advances in Management of Acalculous Cholecystitis

Acalculous cholecystitis is an uncommon but potentially devastating infection of the gallbladder. The diagnosis can be difficult to make, but early recognition is important. What are the factors that determine the appropriate treatment modality?

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Dr. George Ioannou

What are the Benefits of a Sustained Virologic Response to DAAs for HCV Infection?

The effectiveness of direct-acting antivirals in eradicating HCV is firmly established and is one of the greatest triumphs of medical therapeutics in the last 20 years. But to what extent does it lead to clinical benefits for patients?

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