For the third straight year, ASGE and AGA have collaborated on a joint plenary session that will feature the best science from the two societies.
Even though advances in computer technology now allow for the analysis of massive amounts of data, researchers and clinicians cannot expect the number crunching to produce miracles.
Continuing professional development in endoscopy is a growing need among GI surgeons and general surgeons.
With new antiviral drugs changing the game for patients infected with hepatitis C (HCV), it’s easy to forget that issues still remain in identifying and treating the disease.
DDW On Demand online access is now included with your meeting registration.
A succession of studies over several decades has transformed clinical approaches in the understanding and management of pancreatitis.
The neurogastroenterology & motility section of the AGA Institute Council is sponsoring a patient-centric symposium on Monday.
On Monday, SSAT will present a joint symposium in collaboration with the American Hepato-Pancreato-Billiary Association.
ASGE has partnered with several international societies to bring expertise from around the world to DDW® 2015.
From biomarkers to imaging technology, clinicians now have an array of alternatives to biopsies when assessing and diagnosing liver disease.