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August 25, 2020

What cutting edge research are you missing out on?

Read about the most clinically impactful studies published in AGA journals with the AGA Clinician’s Companion.
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While many non-emergency clinical services and research studies were suspended during the peak of the pandemic, we’re finally resuming GI procedures and restarting gastroenterology and hepatology-related studies. 

What cutting-edge research have you missed out on in the last three months? Subscribe to the AGA Clinician’s Companion to find out!  

All you need is five minutes to get clinical-practice takeaways from recently published articles in Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Published quarterly, your annual subscription includes an editor-curated list of 12 article summaries with key facts and figures. 

Take advantage of our introductory low rate of $59 per year for AGA members and dive into innovations from the just-released summer issue: 

  • Effects of hormone therapy in patients with inflammatory bowel disease 
  • Diagnostic accuracy of contrast endoscopic ultrasound in evaluation of pancreatic masses 
  • Neuropsychological effects of celiac disease 
  • Efficacy of various of therapies for irritable bowel syndrome with constipation 
  • Risk factors for and outcomes of venous thromboembolism in patients with pancreatic cancer 
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