AASLD case-based session highlights advances in cirrhosis management

AASLD case-based session highlights advances in cirrhosis management

The management of cirrhosis has evolved at a rapid pace in recent years. During a case-based AASLD symposium on the final day of DDW® 2018, three experts reviewed the most recent developments in diuretic resistant/refractory ascites, recurrent/refractory hepatic encephalopathy and recurrent/refractory variceal bleeding. The panel was co-moderated by Catherine Frenette, MD, FAST, AGAF.

Why is rectal cancer increasing among younger people?

Why is rectal cancer increasing among younger people?

Colonoscopy, a dreaded, but highly recommended procedure that helps detect and prevent colorectal cancer (CRC), is typically not something to worry about until your 50s. While the incidence of CRC has generally been declining in the U.S. and death rates have...
Stool donation: motivators and deterrents

Stool donation: motivators and deterrents

We’re all familiar with donating our clothing, our blood and even our valuable time. But, what about donating your stool? There’s an urgent medical need for stool donation for those in need of fecal microbiota transplant (FMT), but many people have trouble getting...