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Take on the Future of CRC at DDW® 2024

National Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month, observed each March, is a yearly rallying point for the GI community to spread awareness about the deadly disease and the importance of early screening. Take this time to make sure you’re registered for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2024. DDW is the premier digestive disease event, making it the best place to get the latest CRC-related research and guidelines, so you can make a difference for patients.

All CRC-related scientific sessions, posters and ePosters will be tagged to the DDW Colorectal Diseases Track. Browse relevant industry supporters by visiting the Exhibit Hall Floor Plan and filtering by product category, such as Endoscopes: Upper Scopes, Colonoscopes, Enteroscopes, EUS and ERCP Scopes. More details about programming offered at DDW is available in the online DDW Preliminary Program.

Discounted registration rates are available through March 13, so don’t delay — register now to save your spot.  AASLD, AGA, ASGE and SSAT member trainees, residents, postdoctoral fellows and students can register for free through this date.

Browse CRC-Related Sessions

Session TitleSession Type
Colorectal Cancer Screening and Surveillance: High Risk Populations, Including Hereditary Syndromes, Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseResearch Forum
Challenges in Colon Cancer ScreeningClinical Symposium
Incorporating GI Cancer Screening Guidelines Into Your Practice — Moving Beyond Endoscopy and ColonoscopyTranslational Symposium
Colorectal Cancer Screening and Surveillance: Cohort, Clinical Outcomes and Comparative Effectiveness Studies Including TrialsResearch Forum
Plenary Session: Best of Colorectal DiseasesPlenary Session
SSAT-ASCRS Joint Symposium — Increasing Incidence of Early Onset Colorectal Cancer: A Different Disease Entity?Symposium
Timely Topics in Colorectal Cancer ScreeningClinical Symposium
Strategies to Improve Colonoscopy PerformanceClinical Symposium
Best of Colorectal DiseasesPlenary Session
Population Health Outcomes for Improving CRC ScreeningResearch Forum
Optimizing Screening Efforts for Colorectal CancerResearch Forum
Reducing CRC Incidence Through Screening and SurveillanceResearch Forum

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  1. Thanks for summarizing the content in this way. Very helpful! Looking forward to all the developments in this important area.

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