Latest gastroenterology News

Improving Gastroscopy Diagnostics With Artificial Intelligence
Putting Brakes On Chronic Inflammation
Poop has been an easy target for microbiome research, but voyages into the small intestine shed new light on ways to improve gut health
PolyU-nurtured startup takes lead in implementing territory-wide large-scale liver disease screening programme As the first participating institution, PolyU drives translation of research…
ERR-gamma ‘trains’ stomach stem cells to become acid-producing cells
Large-scale genetic study finds new link between Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the cardiovascular system
Forum offers parents support to navigate childhood gastrointestinal conditions
New Focus For Chronic Liver Disease Care
Salty foods are making people sick − in part by poisoning their microbiomes
New Bowel Prep Resource to Help Things Run Smoother
Acquisition Of Gracell Completed
Intravenous iron treatment Ferinject® (ferric carboxymaltose) now approved for Australian children aged one to thirteen years living with iron deficiency anaemia
SARS-CoV-2 can infect dopamine neurons, causing senescence
AstraZeneca to acquire Gracell, furthering cell therapy ambition across oncology and autoimmune diseases
Showcasing our year of achievements at Mater Research
Mater celebrates its Springfield leaders
1,000 people dying each year waiting for crucial medical appointments 02 November 2023
BCM receives multiple recognitions from the American Heart Association
45 is the new 50: Screening age drops due to rising rates of bowel cancer in under 50s
Industrial Action Escalates as Allied Health Professionals leave ACT
GI multi-society statement regarding GLP-1 agonists and endoscopy
Researchers to test the impact of a special healthy diet on Crohn’s disease
Busy June quarter for Darling Downs and South West hospitals
American Gastroenterological Association supports reintroduction of bipartisan Treat and Reduce Obesity Act
Colorectal cancer organizations unite in screening age recommendations
AGA stands firm in CRC screening age recommendations
Body temperature identified as a major risk factor for gut issues during exercise in hot weather
AGA Journals’ Impact Factors released: TIGE receives first Impact Factor
One month after UnitedHealthcare’s “advance notification” program began, confusion still reigns for America’s GI doctors
Takeda’s COCKPI-T programme calls for applications
Statewide eReferrals to improve access to care
American Gastroenterological Association and American College of Gastroenterology and invest in Oshi Health to accelerate adoption of hybrid digestive health care
Hot flushes, night sweats, brain fog? Here’s what we know about phytoestrogens for menopausal symptoms
Despite last minute change, UnitedHealthcare’s policy for virtually all colonoscopies and endoscopies lays groundwork for delays, disruptions, and denials of life-saving services
Trailblazer for women in gastroenterology, Dr. Barbara H. Jung takes over as AGA president
UHC offers to trade GI prior auth for a poorly defined alternative
Cancers in distant organs alter liver function
ACG and AGA Guideline on Chronic Constipation Management is First to Recommend Supplements Magnesium Oxide and Senna as Evidence-Based Treatments
SAiGENCI recruit recognised with prestigious award
Sleep disorder risk for IBD patients
Time is running out: patients, physicians brace for anticipated delays, denials by UnitedHealthcare for endoscopies starting June 1
Time is running out: patients, physicians brace for anticipated delays, denials by UnitedHealthcare for endoscopies starting June 1
Making sure your movie snack isn’t box office bust
The AGA Research Foundation awards $2.66 million in research funding
Patients with IBD at higher risk of lymphoma
American Gastroenterological Association invests in unsedated transnasal endoscopy medical device company, EvoEndo®
AGA expands workforce and research diversity work with NIH grant
Fireys set to hit streets for Good Friday Appeal