2017-01-26 15:50:38 UTC

Jan. 26, 2017

Read expert opinions on dysplasia surveillance in Barrett’s esophagus, refractory H. pylori treatment and diversity in GI.

The newly released issue of AGA Perspectives covers the spectrum in terms of clinical practice topics and features a hot debate by Stuart Spechler, MD, and Prasad Iyer, MD, MSc, AGAF, on the use of radiofrequency ablation in Barrett’s esophagus dysplasia surveillance. 

Some topics in the current magazine include a look at what’s new in pouchitis by Bo Shen, MD, AGAF, an in-depth review of direct acting antiviral therapy access for HCV patients by Vincent Lo Re III MD, MSCE, and an interesting look at treating refractory Helicobacter pylori by leading expert Nimish Vakil, MD, AGAF. 

Additionally, get a sneak peek into AGA Community, our members-only networking forum, and the importance of diversity in GI through a piece penned by Darrell Gray, II, MD, MPH, on behalf of the AGA Diversity Committee. 

Have thoughts on this issue that you’d like to share? Reach out to our editor Gary Falk on Twitter or let your voice be heard in AGA Community

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