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March 5, 2020

Learn the latest updates in colorectal diseases at DDW® 2020

May 2-5 is packed full of recent advances that will help you save lives and contribute to ending colorectal cancer.
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Continue your learning and discussions from National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2020. Attend DDW to get the latest colorectal cancer (CRC) research and clinical updates, presented in a variety of formats.

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Below, you’ll find a sampling of AGA session highlights on this topic. Find the full listing of CRC-related education by using the DDW Colorectal Diseases Track in the DDW Online Planner.

Date Title Format
May 2 Familial Colorectal Cancer and Other High-Risk Populations Clinical Symposium
May 2 Familial Colorectal Cancer ($$) DDW Breakfast Connection
May 4 Open Questions in Colorectal Cancer Screening Clinical Symposium
May 5 Stealthy Bacteria: Role of the Microbiome in the Etiology, Pathogenesis and Treatment of Colorectal Cancer Research Symposium
May 5 Basic Mechanisms of Colitis-Associated Cancer Research Forum

Registration is discounted until March 18.
Save at last $85 when you register on or before this date. AGA trainee, medical resident and student members receive complimentary registration during the early bird period.If you’re already registered for DDW 2020, you can add the AGA Postgraduate Course to your itinerary in the Registration Resource Center (save $75).

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2020 AGA Postgraduate Course

General session VI of this course will focus on the colon, including a talk titled Is younger onset colon cancer real? The luncheon breakout, Determining the Right Age and Intervals to Screen for Colon Cancer in High-Risk Populations, will also be presented. Learn more.

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