NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center - Center for Advanced Digestive Care

Transforming Digestive care

The Center for Advanced Digestive Care brings groundbreaking research, procedures, and therapies together in a patient-centered environment to treat the full spectrum of digestive diseases. Learn more about our mission and our centers of excellence.

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Patient Newsletter Volume One Number Four

Volume 1, Issue 4.
Make That Call for Colon Cancer Screening

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Volume 1, Issue 3.
NEJM Study finds Bariatric Surgery Dramatically Outperforms Standard Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes

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Dr. Manish Shah named first ever Bartlett Family Associate Professor of Gastrointestinal Oncology. Meyer Cancer Center


In an effort to encourage novel research in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, the Jill Roberts Institute for Research in Inflammatory Bowel Disease and the CADC are soliciting requests for one-year projects. Deadline for submissions is November 1, 2015. Contact Bridget McClure for more information. RFA Information


Eight CADC oncologists and surgeons named to Newsweek's 2015 Top Cancer Doctors listing Learn More


CADC registered dietitian Alex Weinstein talks about how bacteria play a role in gut health. Women's Nutrition Connection


The CADC is pleased to announce the fifth round of funding for pilot research projects to foster research in digestive diseases. Deadline for submissions is September 18.

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Contact Bridget McClure for more information.

Dr. Brian Bosworth interviewed as part of Celiac Awareness Month about his own celiac disease diagnosis and how he lives gluten-free. Gluten Free Living


Dr. Heather Yeo explains a recent study indicating reduced risks of certain gastrointestinal cancers in patients who regularly take aspirin. CBS News


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