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Pediatric CD: psychological factors may play a stronger role than disease activity

Psychological factors may play an important role in patient symptom reporting and disability.

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IBD: does biologic therapy raise infection risk?

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eHealth monitoring: a safe, effective tool in pediatric IBD

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UC: risk for colorectal cancer similar for Asian vs Western patients

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Acute respiratory infections: cutting risk by treating gastroesophageal reflux

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HCV linked to post-LT chronic renal failure, particularly in women

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Ulcerative colitis: low vitamin D raises relapse risk

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HCV: pharmacy-led DAA management yields 94% clearance rate

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Rivaroxaban vs dabigatran or warfarin in the real world: which one wins?

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What do you mean, juicing isn't healthy?

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Direct primary care could get boost with Republicans

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STAT News raises questions about genetic testing firm

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HCV: SOF-based regimens show high efficacy in Asian Americans

Asians represent one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the United States.

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HCV-1: SOF/VEL/VOX highly effective after DAA failure

Efficacy independent of cirrhosis, NS5A inhibitor exposure, and number of prior DAA classes.

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LVADs linked to false-positive HCV antibody tests

Follow-up testing may be needed to preserve transplant eligibility.

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HCV-1b: DCV/ASV safe, effective in nondialysis CKD

Clearance rates are not inferior to those of patients with normal renal function.

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AIH cirrhosis linked to increased risk for HCC

Results of a meta-analysis.

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Does maternal peripartum antibiotic use raise risk for IBD in offspring?

Events that affect development of the gut microbiome early in life may increase the risk for IBD.

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Fecal transplant a promising option for ulcerative colitis

Many patients with ulcerative colitis are resistant or intolerant to standard drug therapy.

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Rosacea patients at higher risk for IBD

Should you ask rosacea patients about gastrointestinal symptoms?

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Clinical remission with multidonor intensive faecal microbiota transplantation in active ulcerative colitis
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Clinical remission with multidonor intensive faecal microbiota transplantation in active ulcerative colitis

A randomised, placebo-controlled trial assess the efficacy and safety of multidonor, intensive dosing, faecal microbiota transplantation

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HCV: study supports DAA-related risk for HBV reactivation

Modest flares often occur early and without clinical effect.

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Crohn's disease: 27% of patients progressed within 7 years | ECCO
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Crohn's disease: 27% of patients progressed within 7 years | ECCO

CD can lead to complications such as strictures or internal penetrating disease that will ultimately require surgery.

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Ultrasound distinguishes inflammatory from non-inflammatory disease in patients with abdominal pain and diarrhea | ECCO

There is a considerable overlap between symptoms of IBS and IBD.

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HCV: 6-trial analysis confirms EBR/GZR efficacy in compensated cirrhosis

An integrated analysis of data from 6 international phase 2/3 trials.

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HCV: age alone has no impact on DAA efficacy

Veteran's Affairs real-world study examines clearance rates for over 15K patients.

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