The evolution of the science surrounding many important topics in digestive health, such as our understanding of the relationship between the brain and gut, the microbiome, and the role of food in GI health, were the highlights of the World Congress of Gastroenterology scientific meeting for Jacqueline Gaulin, Founder and CEO of Gastro Girl. Gaulin shared her insight during a Doctor Radio Sirius XM segment live yesterday from the Orlando Convention Center. She joined the self proclaimed “Gut Guys,” show host Mark Pochapin, MD, FACG, Director of the Division of Gastroenterology and Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs for NYU Langone Health, David Greenwald, MD, FACG,Director of Clinical Gastroenterology and Endoscopy at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He is also a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Jordan Karlitz, MD, FACG, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and Director, GI Hereditary Cancer and Genetics Program at Tulane.
The importance of patient education and empowerment as well as colorectal cancer awareness, including the increasing incidence of colorectal cancer in people under 50, were among the topics discussed.
The show will be posted on Sirius XM’s On Demand service for subscribers approximately 48 hours after the live show. Access the recording by going to www.siriusxm.com/player and searching for Doctor Radio.
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