Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist William Sandborn, M.D., discusses findings of a new study led by Mayo Clinic researchers has found that ulcerative colitis patients had a [...]
Many people have stomach discomfort, stomach pain, feel full after eating and other troubles with meals. For some people, nothing seems to help.
Mayo Clinic researchers have found that a sometimes deadly stomach bug, Clostridium difficile, is on the rise in outpatient settings. Clostridium difficile is a serious [...]
Dr. Amy Oxentenko, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic, discusses "Clinical Pearls in Gastroenterology".
Bloating, pain, nausea and fullness. All are symptoms of stomach dyspepsia and ulcers. For years people thought these issues were sometimes caused by stress. But [...]
This Medical Edge Weekend program features Mayo Clinic physician Dr. G. Richard Locke III on irritable bowel syndrome. April is IBS Awareness Month.
Medical Edge Weekend 4-10-2010
Last Saturday’s Mayo Clinic Medical Edge Weekend featured Mayo Clinic surgeon Dr. James Swain talking about bariatric surgery.
Medical Edge Weekend 10-10-09
On Saturday, August 1st, the Medical Edge Weekend program focused on problems with the digestive tract, including colon cancer and hemorrhoids with Mayo Clinic colon and rectal surgeon, Dr. John [...]
A study led by Mayo Clinic has found that infliximab (Remicade®) administered alone (monotherapy) or in combination with azathioprine is a more effective treatment for [...]
Every day, doctors use ultrasound, CT scans and MRIs to see inside the body without making an incision. Such tests show size and structure, but [...]
PHOENIX ― Gastrointestinal cancers are some of the most commonly diagnosed cancers, and they continue to be associated with poor survival outcomes. The drug adagrasib [...]
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