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Better Therapeutics’ digital therapeutic app has been recognized with FDA breakthrough device status, showcasing its potential in significantly reducing liver fat in patients with advanced liver disease through cognitive behavioral therapy.
Gastroenterology February 26th 2024
Transnasal Endoscopy Offers Sedative-free Alternative
Mayo Clinic Children’s Center is redefining eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) treatment with innovative diagnostic methods and a multidisciplinary approach, offering a glimpse into the future of personalized care in gastroenterology.
Allergy & Immunology February 26th 2024
What are the Management Considerations for Venous Thromboembolic Events in Patients with Cirrhosis?
For patients with cirrhosis facing venous thromboembolic events, the choice of anticoagulant—be it DOACs or LMWH—demands careful consideration of their unique hemostatic profile, emphasizing the need for personalized treatment strategies.
Gastroenterology February 22nd 2024
Behçet’s syndrome presents a unique challenge in diagnosis and management, requiring a keen understanding of its diverse manifestations and the latest advances in treatment. Studies reveal a significant genetic component, with HLA-B*51 associations, underscoring the need for personalized treatment approaches.
Allergy & Immunology February 22nd 2024
A Phase 3, Randomized, Controlled Trial of Resmetirom in NASH with Liver Fibrosis
In this Phase 3 trial, resmetirom demonstrated a notable capacity to induce NASH resolution and improve liver fibrosis, offering hope for a therapeutic breakthrough in a field with limited treatment options. This study emphasizes the importance of advancing research in liver-directed therapies for NASH.
Gastroenterology February 12th 2024
Capsule Camera of the Future Can Image Intestines in 3D and Detect Disease
Explore the latest advancements in capsule endoscopy, where AI and 3D imaging converge to enhance gastrointestinal disease detection, offering a promising alternative for patients hesitant about invasive procedures.
Gastroenterology January 30th 2024