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The Availability of Several FMT Products Offer Flexibility to Prevent Recurrent CDI

Both FDA-approved and -unapproved FMT products should play a role in preventing C. diff infections, according to Dr. Jessica Allegretti.


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Options for Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease Therapies Should Include Metabolic Risk

A new appreciation for the impact of metabolic risk factors in ALD may open avenues for new treatments.


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Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Endoscopy Procedures and Outcomes — Within Limits

AI may soon be able to provide real-time feedback on quality metrics during endoscopic procedures, according to Dr. Nayantara Coelho-Prabhu.


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Two Pioneers in Minimally Invasive Surgery Discuss the Laparoscopic Revolution

The “radical” idea of laparoscopy went against everything known about mainstream surgery in the 1980s. Drs. Carlos Pellegrini and Nathaniel Soper discuss how laparoscopy revolutionized surgery.


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We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You!

Together we’re improving digestive health.


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Australian Study Shows Modest Yet Important Effect of Butyrate on Polyp Initiation

The randomized trial suggests dietary interventions can play a protective role against polyps.


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