DoD honors Dr. Brent Lacey for hepatitis C program & more — 4 GI physicians in the headlines

Here are four gastroenterologists in the news this past week.

The U.S. Department of Defense honored Pensacola (Fla.) Naval Hospital's Brent Lacey, MD, for his innovative hepatitis C screening program.

New York-based Tyme Technologies partnered with Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic to launch a pancreatic research program, to be led by Martin Fernandez-Zapico, MD.

The International Association of HealthCare Professionals included Reena J. Salgia, MD, and Jonathan Warman, MD, in The Leading Physicians of the World publication.

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