What Do You Do When Testing and Treatment Aren't Enough for Your Patients with Gastrointestinal Disorders?

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For many gastrointestinal issues testing may not be sufficient to identify potential issues for patients and there may not be necessary treatments to help them get better. Work continues to improve both potential problems.

For many gastrointestinal issues testing may not be sufficient to identify potential issues for patients, and there may not be necessary treatments to help them get better. Work continues to improve both potential problems.

William Chey, MD, AGAF, from the University of Michigan, discussed some of the ways this effort is being undertaken and what doctors can look forward to for future testing and treatment options at the American Gastroenterological Association's clinical congress in Miami.

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