5 most read GI stories: Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, 2016

Here were the five most read gastroenterology/endoscopy stories on Becker's ASC Review for the week of Nov. 28 to Dec. 2, 2016.

1. CMS proposed 2017 physician fee schedule eliminates moderate sedation from endoscopic procedures: 6 things to know
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2. Endoscopy combined with antiplatelets or anticoagulant agents safe for identifying GI bleeding: 5 key notes
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3. Boston Scientific hedges bets on endoscopic division, analysts project $5B valuation: 6 things to know
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4. Metastatic tumor-destroying vaccine for colon cancer patients to begin phase II trial: 6 key notes
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5. GI View hoping disposable colonoscope system can change the game
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More articles on gastroenterology/endoscopy:
AGA Patient INFO Center integrates with gMed: 3 notes
Allergan's GI business grows by 8.2% in Q3 & more — 3 GI company key notes
Valeant, Takeda deal crumbles; Valeant to invest in Salix: 6 things to know 

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