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Dr. Rebecca Kosowicz

Editorial: Predicting Outcomes in Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding - More Work Ahead

Lower GI bleeding is a common symptom presented in the ER. However, triaging patients to the appropriate level of care is not always straightforward. What tools are available to identify risk factors and achieve optimal patient outcomes?

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Dr. Shoba Krishnamurthy

What IBS Is Really Like -- And How To Keep It From Ruining Your Life

There are an estimated 40 million people in the United States who have IBS, many of whom are young women. There are things IBS patients can do to learn more about how it affects them, and simple steps that can be taken to stop if from interfering with their lives.

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May 18-21, San Diego

UWGI at DDW 2019

Are you attending DDW 2019 in San Diego? From state-of-the-art lectures to research forums, UWGI faculty and fellows will be involved in more than 55 sessions this year. View our schedule for more details. And be sure to join us for our annual friends and alumni reception on May 19th.

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Dr. George Ioannou

Editorial: Benefits of HCV Eradication Beyond the Liver

In order to capture the utility of viral eradication by anti-viral treatments accurately, it is necessary to determine the beneficial effects of SVR in reducing hepatic as well as extrahepatic complications of HCV.

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Dr. Philip Vutien

A Simple Measure of HCC Burden Predicts Tumor Recurrence After Liver Transplantation

A recent study developed and applied the novel recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma–initial, maximum, last classification system to provide and easily interpret assessment of a tumor’s dynamic disease course.

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