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Here's What You're Retweeting

Dec. 8, 2011

Take a look at what AGA's Twitter followers retweeted most often last week. Feel free to share your favorite GI news items on our social media channels.

Here is what our Twitter followers retweeted most often last week:

  • Asymptomatic #celiac patients should still follow a gluten-free diet; page 11. GI & Hep News: ow.ly/7IKkt.
  • Think you don’t need your appendix? Think again. Learn why in today’s post from The AGA Journals Blog. ow.ly/7J0B5.
  • New Image of the Month showing colonic perforation during PEG tube insertion. FREE! ow.ly/7JUoR.
  • News from the AGA pressroom: use of opioid pain killers for abdominal pain has more than doubled. ow.ly/7Mz4E.
  • AGA and @ASGEendoscopy are investing in future of GI training. Conducted successful program @HowardUCollege of Medicine...

Have any news that you would like us to share with our AGA members? Please send them to communications@gastro.org or share them on our social media channels:

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