CAFs present in the rectal tumor microenvironment, when treated with radiation, increase the secretion of factors that contribute to tumor growth and cell migration. What this finding means for future treatment.
An investigation into the quality of bowel preps and possible predictors of inadequate bowel preparation. A look at our study’s results
A look at why hydroxyethyl starch is the best pick of seven common fluids used as injectate during ESD in the U.S. Dr. Amit Bhatt explains the findings.
Carol Burke, MD, and Co-investigator David Dornblaser, MS, share their findings with other physicians and digestive specialists at DDW 2017.
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Cleveland Clinic physicians will make more than 60 presentations at this year’s meeting. Our GI chair highlights 6 you won’t want to miss.
Register now for the Dr. Victor Fazio IBD Symposium in Medical and Surgical Treatment of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis on May 8.