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September 2014, Volume 28 Issue 8
Image of the Month
Spontaneous fracture of a covered self-expandable biliary metal stent and endoscopic technique for removal
R Alkhiari, V Patel, L Cohen
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CAG News Page
Canadian Association of Gastroenterology Research Committee Report 2014
F Boudreau, Canadian Association of Gastroenterology
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With all the new treatment regimens, complete elimination of hepatitis C virus in Canada is a possibility! But when will Canadians have access these drugs?
KM Peltekian
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More on fecal occult blood test misuse
C Wong, C Dubé
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Original Articles
Fecal occult blood testing as a diagnostic test in symptomatic patients is not useful: A retrospective chart review
N Narula, D Ulic, R Al-Dabbagh, A Ibrahim, M Mansour, C Balion, JK Marshall
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Surveillance patterns after curative-intent colorectal cancer surgery in Ontario
J Tan, J Muir, N Coburn, S Singh, D Hodgson, R Saskin, A Kiss, L Paszat, A El-Sedfy, E Grunfeld, C Earle, C Law
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Efficacy, safety and patients’ satisfaction with colonoscopic-administered fecal microbiota transplantation in relapsing and refractory community- and hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile infection
MA Khan, AA Sofi, U Ahmad, O Alaradi, AR Khan, T Hammad, J Pratt, T Sodeman, W Sodeman, S Kamal, A Nawras
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Caesarean section to prevent transmission of hepatitis B: A meta-analysis
MS Chang, S Gavini, PC Andrade, J McNabb-Baltar
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Hepatitis C drugs: The end of the pegylated interferon era and the emergence of all-oral interferon-free antiviral regimens: A concise review
AHL Yau, EM Yoshida
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Letters to the Editor
Position of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology on subsequent entry biologics is challenged by biosimilar industry representatives
M Sebeszta, A Kudrin
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Response to Letter to the Editor
B Bressler, S Devlin, C Bernstein, H Singh, R Fedorak
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