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Newsletters 2011

 

Clinical Update December 2011 

The Interventional Endoscopy Program at UCLA, part of the Digestive Disease
Center, offers the most advanced and effective endoscopic treatments for a variety
of benign and malignant disorders of the digestive tract, including a number of
esophageal disorders such as Barrett's esophagus, strictures of the esophagus
and esophageal cancer.

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Division of Digestive Disease Newsletter Fall 2011

Fall 2011

  • Mr. and Mrs. Brad Jones - Philanthropy: An Excellent Investment
  • Treating GI Disorders Through Non-Surgical Means
  • From the Division Chief
  • Celiac Disease: Working to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment
  • UCLA Opens the G. Oppenheimer Family Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience
  • New Endoscopic Approaches for Obesity and Pancreatic and Biliary Diseases
  • Faculty Paper Published in Genetics in Medicine - Dr. Terri Getzug
  • Division of Digestive Diseases Donor Luncheon
  • Division's Scientist Receives IFFGD Award - Dr. Million Mulugeta

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Division of Digestive Diseases Newsletter Spring 2011

Spring 2011

  • Closing in on the Root Causes of IBD, Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
  • Dr. and Mrs. E. Raymond Borun: A Long-time Commitment to Medicine
  • From the Division Chief
  • New Booklet on Colonoscopies Helps Improve Exam Quality
  • Going with That Gut Feeling
  • UCLA Team Uncovers Mechanism behind Organ Transplant Rejection
  • Schwarzenegger Appoints Division Member to State Medical Board
  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Receives Magnet Designation
  • Division of Digestive Diseases Donor Luncheons

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