Here are six gastroenterologists that made headlines this past week.
Gastroenterologist Harold Bornstein, MD, claims a letter decreeing then-candidate Donald Trump was in "extraordinary" health was written by Mr. Trump himself.
Kirk Bernadino, MD, is the newest gastroenterologist at Rockport, Maine-based Pen Bay Gastroenterology.
Augusta-based Medical College of Georgia named Kenneth Vega, MD, its new chief of gastroenterology.
The International Association of HealthCare Professionals named Saritha Gorantla, MD, among those recognized in its The Leading Physicians of the World publication.
Patient Preferred Physicians and Practitioners named Isaac Raijman, MD, a Patient Preferred Physician in Texas.
David Johnson, MD, is a professor of medicine and chief of gastroenterology at the Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk. Dr. Johnson discussed what gastroenterologists should tell their patients about modifiable risk factors for colon cancer.