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Deciding which #DDW19 satellite symposia to attend? For our #hepatologists, consider joining us Sunday night for Hope on the Horizon: Improving NASH Assessment and Treatment. Click here for more information and to register: http://ow.ly/7GbQ30oJtuR
Deciding which #DDW19 satellite symposia to attend? For our #hepatologists, consider joining us Sunday night for Hope on the Horizon: Improving NASH Assessment and Treatment
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Globally insulin become scarce to meet the supply Date 26-11-2018 From Nalin Anthoni Pillai, Scientist To BBC World News – London Sir, I am shock to see an article today in a popular news paper titled as “Why the world is set to run out of Insulin” appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 26-11-2018 stating “A global diabetes epidemic is fuelling record demand for insulin but tens of millions will not get the injections they need unless there is a dramatic improvement in access and affordability, a new study concluded on Wednesday. Diabetes –which can lead to blindness, kidney failure, heart problems, neuropathic pain, and amputations – now affects 9% of all adults worldwide, up from 5% in 1990. The vast majority have type 2 diabetes, the kind linked to obesity and lack of exercise and cases are spreading particularly rapidly in the developing world as people adopt more Western, urban lifestyles.” Now the time has come for all of us to be cautious to restrict diabetes in the future which is a leading cause for all non-communicable diseases. In this modern world how to control diabetes without insulin is a problematic one for all health conscious people. Even exercise won’t help much once pancreas fail to secrete the necessary insulin. How to live a healthy life without external insulin Prehistoric people didn’t have diabetes because they all were living a life depending to live on trees. Slowly it was initiated through Stone-age man was the stepping stone for diabetes who made the right hand stronger than the left hand and for left hander it was other way round. But it became more prominent in this modern world such as heavy machineries, overheating of the global warming cause by pollution through this fossil materials, eating most of junk food, even electronic gadgets as well as desk top work -- all started affecting the endocrine system in abysmal state that causes diabetes in many people. To avoid this type 1 and type 2 diabetes one has to resort to light energy to increase the level of voltage in the brain to enhance the dipole dipole force which is nothing but Higgs boson particles rendering them to carry more oxygen in the ionize blood cells. This excess oxygen energizes all the organs by storing energy in the mitochondrial organelles through the medium of light. This also had been stated by Prof. Ahmed H. Zewail who won the Nobel Prize for his invention in ‘Femtochemistry’ that light has the power of curing many killer diseases (article titled as “Femtochemistry could open up new possibilities” appeared in The Hindu dated 23-10-2002. Same was addressed to the former President of United States Mr. Bill Clinton who congratulated me through their letter dated June-22-2000 before ‘Disclosing the Human Genome’ After receiving Bill Clinton’s letter I had written more than two hundred papers regard to brain which had been displayed in the Face Book as well as in my websites. Relating to rising temperature some of my papers which had been displayed under this website titled as ‘Secrets of the brain unraveled’ under sub heading titled as “How to avoid diabetes occurring from bad air? can be assessed from this website https://nalinsbrainresearch.blogspot.com/…/how-to-avoid-dia… Now this dangerous diabetes cause by pancreas which is likely to disrupt vital organs can be avoided by controlling the insulin secretion level through the medium of light. By this interaction of light it becomes more non disruptive receptors in the blood stream without resorting to any side effects. Further, these non disruptive receptors with the help of light it energizes the pancreas cells to secrete the necessary insulin by working on my invented Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998. Thus it regenerates the whole body through the medium of light. Let this beauty speaks itself in life. By Nalin Anthoni Pillai Brain Research Work Foot Note: Most stunning news of another article titled as “Clashing with Trump, a US govt report says climate change will batter economy” appeared yesterday in the ‘The Times of India’ dated 25-11-2018. Now it has become more evident and I alerted United Nations as well as two American Presidents of United States “if they allow the rising temperature to go more than 2 degree Celsius, it will be a catastrophic disaster endangering most of the species around the world. I had already displayed in the following Website http://nalinsbrainresearch.blogspot.com/…/global-warming-ca… Copy of this report post to “Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist from United States –California” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States –California” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “ Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, Scientist from United States –New York” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “ Dr. Philip Plait, Scientist from United States –California” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “CERN Org. (LHC scientists in search for (fifth force of nature)” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to Dr. Jennifer Klay, Scientist –Asst Professor of Physics at Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to World Federation of Neuro Surgical Societies” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)”on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “Kings College London Neuroscience” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to Imperial College Neuroscience Society” 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to Design call for Solar Sentinel Mission – UK” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “NASA Crew and Thermal System Division – Space.Com” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “The Economic Times” on 26-11-2018 Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 26-11-2018 About this website BBC.COM UK summers could be over 5C warmer by 2070 Summers as hot as 2018 could be the new normal for the UK by 2050, according to a Met Off
I am SO glad I came across this post on Facebook. I’ve been having digestive issues lately and I have to go back to the gastroenterologist. I’ve been previously diagnosed with GERD and hiatal hernia by a gastroenterologist but something new is going on. I’m looking forward to your posts, this week. I know I will be learning new things plus advice on how to deal with my gastro issues. Thank you for making this information available to patients!!!!
Experience counts...that's how I feel listening to all those high profile authors.....depends on how u will understand this😀
Hi everyone, see you tomorrow at DDW 2018.

www.ddw.org DDW 2021: May 22-25, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C.

DDW is the largest international gathering of physicians, researchers and academics in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, endoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery. An average of 15,000 medical professionals attend the meeting each year. Jointly sponsored by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), DDW showcases thousands of abstracts and hundreds of lectures on the latest advances in GI research, medicine and technology.

Mission: To present the highest quality research in gastroenterology, hepatology, GI endoscopy and GI surgery and to provide top quality, state-of-the-art education and networking opportunities to GI professionals from around the world.

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Time is running out to register for the first ever #DDW2020 Virtual Career Fair! Browse over 50 employers in the GI job market & interact with them one-on-one. Join us and Health eCareers on June 3. Learn more and register at http://ow.ly/txMP50zU3Qw

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Suggest a DDW Session - DDW

Do you have a great idea for a #DDW2021 session? Our Suggest a Session form is live on the website. Please complete submissions by July 15 to be considered. http://ow.ly/6osc50zMsSy

ddw.org Suggesting a session for DDW is a great way to enhance the scientific program, and contribute your ideas to ensure the most current and relevant content is being provided to the GI community. Sessions at DDW are typically 90 minutes in length, have two moderators and three to four presenters. If you...

With the #DDW2020 Exhibit Hall Floor plan, you can browse all 260+ of our industry partners. Learn more about how it works on DDW News: http://ow.ly/pglh50zCMvr

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Online Education and Events - DDW

🆕page on the DDW website featuring all of our #DDW2020 online education offerings and events. http://ow.ly/BWQ550zyytM

Learn more about our:
⭐ePosters and ePapers site
⭐Industry partners site
⭐Virtual Career Fair
⭐Career & Recruitment Center

ddw.org We're excited to bring you DDW 2020 content, including our ePosters and ePapers site, industry partner connection site and a virtual career fair.

Final #DDW2020 abstract summary on DDW News looks at Risk of #cancer with Use of Ranitidine: Results of a Cohort Study of 65 Million US Adults. Read it here: http://ow.ly/b39m50zxvn8

The ePosters site will remain open for you to access at your convenience. Thanks again for your support!

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Featured Abstracts: Monday, May 4 - DDW News

6 featured #DDW2020 #abstracts just published on DDW News for your Monday reading. Visit the site at http://ow.ly/DIZb50zw8DL

ddwnews.org Read summaries of selected abstracts from Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020. All full abstracts are available on the DDW ePosters and ePapers site.

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Featured Abstracts: Sunday, May 3 - DDW News

Featured abstracts for day 2️⃣ are now up on DDW News. Check them out here: http://ow.ly/rwZO50zvmgo #DDW2020

ddwnews.org Read summaries of selected abstracts from Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020. All abstracts are available on the DDW ePosters and ePapers site.

The #DDW2020 ePosters and ePapers site is now open! Starting today, you can access all full-text accepted abstracts. If an additional presentation was uploaded by the presenter, it will be released following the original embargo schedule (9:30 a.m. CDT on day of originally scheduled presentation), starting today and ending May 5.

Access the site now: http://ow.ly/Lzf850zuXOU

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Preview: DDW 2020 ePosters + ePapers Release This Weekend - DDW News

The #DDW2020 ePosters + ePapers site opens Saturday! We’re looking forward to sharing this year’s new and exciting digestive disease research. Check out our preview on DDW News: https://www.ddwnews.org/news/preview-ddw-2020-eposters-epapers-release-this-weekend/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=043020-pressrelease

ddwnews.org Your first look at abstracts. We'll be refreshing the content on DDW News during the original dates of #DDW2020 to bring you summaries of cutting-edge science.

[04/24/20]   #DDW2020 abstract presenters: don’t forget to submit your ePoster or ePaper presentation by May 1 so it is available for viewing when the public site opens on May 2. An email was sent with details, but here is a link to the submission site. http://ow.ly/Ia1d50znBTP

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COVID-19 Update - DDW

We promised to keep in touch as plans for distance learning came together. After much consideration, we will not host a #DDW2020 virtual meeting with invited-speaker sessions. We do look forward to sharing some DDW content, including accepted abstracts. Read our full announcement online at https://ddw.org/attendee-planning/covid-19-update/

Thank you for your patience as AASLD, American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - ASGE and Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT), together with the DDW Council, made this decision.

ddw.org The DDW team is actively evaluating developments concerning COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, and staying abreast of updates from health organizations responsible for tracking and responding to the virus.

Thank you for your patience as we evaluated the status of #DDW2020 in light of the rapidly changing #coronavirus pandemic. Read our full cancellation announcement: https://ddw.org/attendee-planning/covid-19-update/

We are exploring options for virtual education. We will keep in touch as plans for #DDW2020 distance learning come together.

There's also an FAQ on #DDW2020 cancellation to help with your logistical questions. We’re committed to keeping you informed of new details as they form.

While we are disappointed to miss the science, education and networking that are hallmarks of #DDW2020, we must focus on health and safety.

#COVID19 & #DDW2020 update as of 3/11: to provide flexibility, we have extended the early bird registration discount through April 30, and now offer a full refund if your plans change. More info & FAQs can be found on our website: http://ow.ly/HR7j50yJ7m5

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5 Tips on How to Get the Most Out of DDW® - DDW News

New to #DDW? We’ve compiled the best tips to maximize your first-time experience by those who know best -- previous first-time attendees! Read through the tips, as well as, our first-timers guide on DDW News: https://www.ddwnews.org/news/5-tips-on-how-to-get-the-most-out-of-ddw/

ddwnews.org Amit Patel, MD, provides tips for first-time attendees on how to maximize their time at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020.

Use the Colorectal Diseases Track to find #CRC sessions at #DDW2020 and continue your learning from #ColorectalCancerAwarenessMonth. http://ow.ly/xp5V50yGHHR

DDW to take place in May, as planned

The Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2020 team is actively evaluating developments concerning coronavirus. We expect DDW will take place as scheduled May 2-5, 2020 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Learn more about our preparations: http://ow.ly/qrpz50yCChq

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Find Out What’s New at DDW® 2020 - DDW News

Stump the Professor, Continuing Conversations, ASGE Hands-On Workshops ... There’s so much new happening at #DDW2020! Read more about the new things we’re excited to bring you this year and then register before early rates expire.

Read more on DDW News: https://www.ddwnews.org/news/find-out-whats-new-at-ddw-2020/

ddwnews.org Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020 offers new session types, new technology and new programming to look forward to. Registration is now open.

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - ASGE

Attend this great plenary when you register for #DDW2020! Early bird rates apply until March 18: https://www.xpressreg.net/register/ddwk0520/landing.asp?

Join ASGE President John Vargo at the ASGE Presidential Plenary at DDW. With the theme Schindler at The Speed of Light: The Expanding Universe of Endoscopy, you can be sure it will be filled with spirited debates and exchange of information. http://ow.ly/ut6Q50ykwze

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Feb. 19: Deadline to Apply for a DDW® Basic Science Travel Award - DDW News

The deadline to apply for a Basic Science Travel Award is just one week away. Learn more about the application requirements on DDW News and apply by Feb. 19. http://ow.ly/WXLN50ykO7V

ddwnews.org The deadline to apply for a Basic Science Travel Award for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2020 is Feb. 19, 2020 at 9 p.m. EST.

Congratulations to all #DDW2020 accepted abstract presenters! We know a lot of hard work, sweat and tears went into the submission process and we are so grateful you chose our meeting for your science. The lookup site is also now available: http://ow.ly/IleK50ykquv See you in May!

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3 Ways DDW Will Advance Your Career

Still deciding whether to register for #DDW2020? Although the opportunities at live conferences are endless, follow us through 3 ways this year's meeting will help you advance your career. Register by March 18 to save up to $85. AASLD, American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - ASGE and Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT) member trainees, medical residents and students receive complimentary registration until this date. https://www.xpressreg.net/register/ddwk0520/start.asp

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We're excited to see so many people already registered for #DDW2020! There's always something new at DDW, and this year's meeting is no exception. Get a preview of what's new for 2020 on DDW News: http://ow.ly/Nahh50y38Fz

[01/27/20]   Congrats to American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) and Crohn's & Colitis Foundation on another great #CCCongress20 meeting. Continue to keep up with the latest updates in #IBD at #DDW2020. http://ow.ly/4jf450y38uE

Need some assistance registering for #DDW2020? Check out DDW News for a step-by-step guide on how to register. http://ow.ly/edg650y386r

General registration and housing for #DDW2020 are now open. Secure your spot today to save at least $85. Early bird ends March 18. Register now: http://ow.ly/Jp0Q50y26p3

Did you know ... in addition to #DDW2020 members registration opening Camp, DDW - our childcare service - is also now accepting reservations. Book during the registration process or directly using this link: http://ow.ly/UVM350xXncA

#DDW2020 members-only registration is now open. If you're a member of AASLD American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - ASGE or Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT) you can take advantage of this special opportunity to register early & secure housing: https://www.xpressreg.net/register/ddwk0520/start.asp

Fraudulent registration & housing site tip #2: all official #DDW2020 sites will include this vendor seal. If you don't see it, question the authenticity of the platform.

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Brand Awareness Beyond the Exhibit Hall - DDW News

Go beyond the Exhibit Hall to maximize your brand’s visibility at #DDW2020. Find out more about sponsorship opportunities at this year's meeting on DDW News. http://ow.ly/mP4R50xQgF0

ddwnews.org Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020 offers a variety of marketing and sponsorship opportunities for exhibitors to promote their brand.

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The expanded version of the #DDW2020 Preliminary Program is now online. Use this interactive, mobile-friendly brochure to view society highlights, new initiatives, Exhibit Hall activities and much more. Access now: http://ow.ly/u9rK50xRyl4

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As we approach the start of #DDW2020 registration, please be wary of unaffiliated sites trying to take your money. Tip 1: if their "registration" is already open, it's not us.

AASLD American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy - ASGE and Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT) members can register beginning on Jan. 15; Jan. 22 for all others. Please help us spread the word! Learn more here: https://www.ddwnews.org/news/be-wary-of-unofficial-registration-and-housing-sites/

[01/07/20]   How do you learn best? With a variety of session formats, you'll be sure to find education to fit your preferred learning style at #DDW2020. Head over to DDW News to find out what session formats are offered at this year's meeting. http://ow.ly/PuaS50xMNsz

We're welcoming the new year with open arms and can't wait to see you all at #DDW2020!

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Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) is the world's leading educational forum for academicians, clinicians, researchers, students and trainees working in gastroenterology, hepatology, GI endoscopy, gastrointestinal surgery and related fields. Whether you work in patient care, research, education or administration, the DDW program offers something for you.

DDW 2021 will be held May 22-25, 2021, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

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