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Subject: 18 female GI physicians leading fellowship programs | Genome study uncovers genetic link to obesity | Active physicians: 70 stats by specialty & gender | 8 rebels in healthcare
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February 16, 2015
Today's Top Stories
1. 18 female gastroenterologists leading GI fellowship programs Full story

2. Male & female active physicians: 70 statistics by specialty   Full story

3. How can gastroenterologists respond to changing trends in colorectal cancer? Full story
4. Largest genome wide study finds genetic link to obesity     Full story

5. 8 of the biggest rebels in healthcare Full story

6. GI physician leader to know: Dr. William Carey of Cleveland Clinic Full story

7. Chuck Lauer: 10 traits of real, unforgettable leaders
8. Call for speakers - We are seeking great GI physicians to speak on a panel on The Business of Gastroenterology at Becker's ASC Annual Meeting - The Business and Operations of ASCs (Oct. 22-24). If you are interested, please email Lauran Groeper at
Ask a gastroenterologist. This week's question: How do you think a physician shortage would affect the GI field? Email Carrie Pallardy at to submit a response.
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