All DDW 2022 attendees have access to watch session recordings with DDW On Demand.
Dr. Andrea Shin discusses two studies that shed light the impact of diet on conditions such as cancer and the potential value of dietary change in treating a wide variety of health conditions.
Sarah Coughlin explains her study and its findings: across all ages, panel sizes, and races/ethnicities, the rate of clinically actionable variants was 7.8 percent or greater – supporting an expanded role for multigene panel testing in CRC patients.
Claim your CME for DDW 2022 by Oct. 31, 2022. You can also generate and print a Certificate of Attendance for the meeting.
Dr. Rotonya Carr celebrates how far women in our field have come, in spite of some significant challenges.
New stool- and blood-based tests have the potential to overcome some of the barriers of initial colonoscopy screening.
Save the Date for DDW 2023
Thanks for an incredible DDW 2022! We’ll see you next year May 6–9, 2023, in Chicago, for DDW 2023.