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Dr. John Inadomi

Follow-up of Positive FIT Results

Sooner is better, but how much better? Colonoscopy is the most commonly used colorectal cancer screening test. However many patients prefer less invasive tests, such as the fecal immunochemical test (FIT), which has the potential to expand colorectal cancer screening to a broader range of patients.

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Dr. George Ioannou

Liver Transplantation: Survival Benefit and Prioritization

How can we maximize the benefit achieved by the precious limited resource of liver transplantation and what principle should be employed to determine eligibility for liver transplantation or prioritization once a patient is deemed eligible?

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Dr. Tatiana Khokhlova

Boiling Histotripsy Treatment of Deep Abdominal Tissue Targets

Boiling histotripsy (BH) is a high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU)–based method of mechanical tissue fractionation. The most relevant applications are targeting of deep abdominal organ malignancies, including the liver and pancreas.

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Dr. Nina Saxena

Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Endoscopic Screening and Surveillance

Advances in the diagnosis of Barretts esophagus offer promising strategies to help focus screening efforts on those individuals who are most likely to develop esophageal adenocarcinoma.

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Dr. Feng Su

DAAs Are Effective for Chronic HCV Treatment In Elderly Patients

In anticipation of the aging of the HCV-infected population, it is imperative to understand how elderly patients respond to direct-acting antiviral therapy as they will soon constitute the majority of patients receiving treatment.

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