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Fall Edition of the AGA Clinician’s Companion

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The Fall edition of the AGA Clinician’s Companion—the new go-to resource for busy clinicians who can’t afford to spend hours sifting through research to find clinical value—is out!

The Clinician’s Companion summarizes high-impact findings recently published in the AGA journals Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology (CGH). An annual subscription provides access to all 4 issues for the current year as well as past issues.

This quarter’s edition includes a freely-available summary of studies into timing of colonoscopy for patients with lower GI bleeding. Other summaries cover the latest research in:

  • Colon
  • Esophagus
  • Stomach/small bowel
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Liver
  • Pancreatic/biliary

Every summary includes a bulleted list of clinical takeaways — saving you time while highlighting tangible strategies that can help transform your practice. Subscribe today!

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Dr. Kristine Novak

Dr. Kristine Novak

Dr. Kristine Novak is a science writer and editor based in San Francisco. She has extensive experience covering gastroenterology, hepatology, immunology, oncology, clinical, and biotechnology research discoveries.

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