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May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month

May 10, 2012

Thank you to our Twitter followers who helped spread the word about May being Celiac Disease Awareness Month. What other AGA tweets were popular?

Thank you to our Twitter followers who helped spread the word about May being Celiac Disease Awareness Month. Here are our most popular tweets from last week: 

  • May is #Celiac Disease Awareness Month. Help your patients understand and manage this condition: ow.ly/aDcV0.
  • Can telbivudine prevent perinatal transmission of chronic hep B? Listen to findings of new CGH study: ow.ly/aErFx.
  • Editor's must-read clinical trial results: Adalimumab induces & maintains mucosal healing in #Crohn’s patients. ow.ly/aBsQQ.
  • Hepatic cell-type specific gene expression vs. L28B genotype: which better predicts HCV treatment outcome? ow.ly/aEsmT.

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

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