Katie Couric Gets Personal in the Red Journal

In AJG’s Red Section Her unanticipated journey as a cancer advocate is the subject of a personal essay by Katie Couric published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology (AJG) to coincide with March 2016 National Colorectal Cancer ...

AJG November 2015: Table of Contents and Podcast

The November 2015 “Red Journal” Table of Contents The November issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology includes a position statement on new nomenclature for PBC, from ‘cirrhosis’ to ‘cholangitis,’ ...

November AJG Highlights: PBC’s Changing Nomenclature

 Position Paper: Changing Nomenclature for PBC: From ‘Cirrhosis’ to ‘Cholangitis’ The November issue of the Red Journal includes a position paper in which an international group of experts and patient advocates propose to change ...

ACG Clinical Guideline on Small Bowel Bleeding: Learn More From Dr. Lauren Gerson on the Latest AJG Podcast

Lauren Battat Gerson, MD, FACG Lauren Gerson, MD, MSc, FACG, co-author of the new ACG Clinical Guideline on small bowel bleeding talks with AJG Co-Editor Dr. Paul Moayyedi about recommended diagnostic techniques, including second look endoscopy, ...

Author Insight: Karl Mårild, MD, PhD, on Infections and Risk of Celiac Disease in Childhood

Karl Mårild, MD, PhD Karl Mårild, MD, PhD, Shares Key Findings from Research Published Online Early in the Red Journal, Infections and Risk of Celiac Disease in Childhood: A Prospective Nationwide Cohort Study  ACG: What’s new here and ...

New ACG Guideline Recommends Narrower Use of Term ‘Obscure GI Bleeding’

Lauren B. Gerson, MD, MSc, FACG “Small bowel bleeding” should replace the classification of “obscure gastrointestinal bleeding,” because advances in imaging the small intestine mean it’s usually possible to identify ...