Written by epgonline.org - Last updated 01 November 2018
A retrospective look at news and developments from the field of IBD for UEG Week 2018 | October 2018 | Vienna, Austria
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United European Gastroenterology represents over 30,000 European specialists across all fields concerned with digestive and liver disease. The annual Congress UEG Week is one of the leading gastroenterology meetings of the year drawing participants from around the world to share their research and discover the latest developments from their peers. In 2018, UEG Week returned to the vibrant city of Vienna and with around 4,000 abstracts submitted, a lively discussion was guaranteed across a range of GI-related topics. Although a variety of topics were covered as part of UEG Week, we chose to focus on IBD given the range of exciting developments with the potential to change the lives of patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Here, we take a look at highlights from some of the most interesting presentations and posters.
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