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New podcast: Alpha-gal syndrome from a GI perspective

Hear from the authors of the alpha-gal Clinical Practice Update as they recommend what clinical features you should be monitoring your patients for.
Inside scope (1)
Inside scope (1)

In this bonus episode of Inside Scope, host Dr. Jana Hashash, is joined by guests Drs. Sarah McGill, Thomas Platts-Mills and Hannah Dodson, to discuss alpha-gal syndrome and what key signs and symptoms every GI clinician should be on the lookout for.

This episode accompanies the AGA Clinical Practice Update on Alpha-Gal Syndrome for the GI Clinician: Commentary, published in February 2023 in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

Meet the host and guests

Host - Jana Hashash, MD, MS

Host - Jana Hashash, MD, MS

Dr. Hashash is chair-elect of AGA's Clinical Practice Updates Committee, associate professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville and one of the CPU authors.

Sarah McGill, MD, MSc

Sarah McGill, MD, MSc

Dr. McGill is a gastroenterologist and associate professor of medicine at the University of North Carolina and lead author of the CPU. Dr. McGill treats many patients with alpha-gal syndrome.

Thomas Platts-Mills, MD

Thomas Platts-Mills, MD

Dr. Platts-Mills is a pioneer in the discovery of alpha-gal syndrome and senior author of the CPU. He is a professor of medicine and microbiology and chief at the University of Virginia.

Hannah Dodson, DNP

Hannah Dodson, DNP

Dr. Dodson is a nurse practitioner affiliated with the University of North Carolina. She is also a patient living with alpha-gal syndrome.

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