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Study: IBD rate increases among young Canadian children

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

A study in The American Journal of Gastroenterology showed the number of Canadian children under age 5 diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease increased 7.2% yearly from 1999 to 2010. Researchers said new IBD diagnosis rates for children under age 16 were stable in most provinces, at about 2% annually, but overall, the number of children with IBD has increased by about 60%. Read the abstract. Healio (free registration) (04/18) Ottawa Citizen (Ontario) (04/18) MedPage Today (free registration) (04/18) Medscape (free registration) (04/19)


Older patients cured of HBV at higher risk of liver cancer

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2017

Fibrosis drives advanced NASH progression, study says

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2017

ASCT may help patients with refractory Crohn's disease

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

FDA approves second infliximab biosimilar

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2017

Statin use tied to lower decompensation risk in HBV-, HCV-related cirrhosis

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

Study: Blood disorder patients can safely undergo FMT

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2017

FDA gastroenterologist says more IBS treatments needed

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

Gastroenterologists prefer bio-originators over biosimilars

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

Report: African-born US black men have lower colon cancer rates

ACG SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017


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