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Drs. Will DePaolo & John Inadomi

Six Things Your Poop Says About Your Health

No one really likes to talk about poop, and while changes in stool color, frequency or consistency could be totally fine, they could also signal a serious health problem.

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Save the Date - December 2nd

State-of-the-Art in Gastroenterology and Hepatology

This full-day CME and CNE accredited course is specifically designed for gastroenterologists, hepatologists, surgeons, infectious disease providers, GI/hepatology nurses, and other health care professionals who treat patients with digestive and liver diseases.

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Drs. Andrew Kaz & Jason Dominitz

Editorial: The Name Game

Are quality metrics being circumvented by inappropriate categorization of colonoscopies? A recent study of 3 UK teaching hospitals demonstrated that one-third of endoscopists inappropriately converted colonoscopies to flexible sigmoidoscopies.

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CCFA Touch of Football 2017

Game of Crohn's Takes the Win!

22 local teams competed in a flag football tournament on CenturyLink Field, sponsored by the CCFA. This charity event raised more than $181,000 to help find cures and support the 1.6 million Americans affected by inflammatory bowel disease. Congratulations to our team for taking the win this year!

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Dr. George Ioannou

Direct-Acting Hepatitis C Antiviral Treatment in Patients with T2D

People infected with hepatitis C virus have a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than uninfected people. If direct-acting antiviral therapy successfully eradicated hepatitis C, would patients who also have T2D gain better glycemic control?

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