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Digestive Disease Week® 2018 provides video highlights of several studies presented during the meeting.
Listening to gut noises could improve diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome
What if doctors could diagnose a chronic gut condition by simply listening ...
Acoustic technology for listening to termites may offer less-invasive method to diagnose IBS
Washington, DC (June 5, 2018) — Utilizing newly adapted artificial intelligence, researchers have developed an acoustic belt that offers a new way ...
Demand for stool donors grows as benefits of fecal microbiota transplant are recognized
Washington, DC (June 5, 2018) — Appealing to a concern for others is the best way to recruit most people to donate their stool for medicine, while cash ...
Researchers have hope for immunotherapy approach that reinvigorates body’s natural defense against bowel cancer
Washington, DC (May 22, 2018) — For the first time in humans, researchers will test a two-pronged approach to treat advanced stage ...
Medical centers willing to perform transplants without mandated six-month wait
Washington, DC (May 22, 2018) — Increasingly, liver transplant centers are changing a long-standing practice of delaying potentially life-saving liver transplantation ...
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