2012-04-24 14:05:38 UTC

Medicine vs. Surgery for Crohn’s: Which Is Better?

April 26, 2012

The AGA Journals Blog post, "Is Medicine or Surgery the Best Treatment for Crohn’s Disease?" was our most retweeted post last week. What other topics were popular?

The AGA Journals Blog post, "Is Medicine or Surgery the Best Treatment for Crohn’s Disease?" was our most retweeted post last week. What other topics were popular?

  • Is infliximab safe, effective for children with moderate to severe UC? Read more about this study in CGH: ow.ly/aj5ox.
  • Gastro article-in-press—Nationwide colonoscopy screening is efficacious when highly qualified endoscopists participate ow.ly/ajqB2.
  • Join celiac expert dietitian & leading gourmet chef for hands-on gluten-free health workshop; July 6-8, Rhinebeck, NY bit.ly/zGsc70.

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