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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Gastroenterologists
Dr David Gillespie, a gastroenterologist and federal politician, reflects on his worst day at...
Professor Norton speaks to Clare Pain about the rapid changes in the speciality.
No need to know a patient's genotype
Pan-genotypic drugs have made treatment easier than ever.
A guide for GPs.
Medical History: Haemorrhoid treatment has come a long way.
Is this the future for colonoscopy?
Despite being free, only a minority of those eligible participate
When it comes to hosting events some specialities get priority
A Cochrane review of novel hep C drugs opens a can of worms, writes Paul Smith.
Study looks at the very obese.
Associate Professor Vicki Kotsirilos describes the case of a patient who seeks non-drug options...
The key issue seems to be provision of support for patients after surgery.
One way not to treat indigestion
Bariatric surgeon thinks one in four of his patients are funding with super
It should reduce the need for follow up appointments
Time to colonoscopy has been tripled in draft guidelines.
Here are the key things to know.
A capsule, taken orally, could ultimately replace messier alternatives.
Renal damage from prolonged use of proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) can be silent and deadly, research shows.
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