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ASGE encourages chronic heartburn sufferers to be checked; medical advances can now help doctors prevent progression to cancer

DOWNERS GROVE, IL – November 13, 2018 – For the millions of Americans suffering from chronic heartburn, the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) wants you to think differently about your condition. Everyday symptoms may lead to something far more serious – changes in the cells lining your esophagus that could lead to a common form of esophageal cancer, one of the most rapidly growing cancers in America. Even if you take medication for your heartburn symptoms, disease can still develop.

There is more reason than ever to take action. Gastroenterologists can now more reliably detect these cellular changes when they are still completely harmless, and also more easily treat or remove them, preventing progression to actual cancer. READ MORE

Join the WATS3D Pathology Partnership Program

As demand for WATS3D is growing rapidly, CDx is now identifying and training partner pathology
laboratories around the country. We invite you to take the NEXT STEP

We look forward to implementing this advance
in gastroenterology and GI pathology to enhance
routine care for our own practitioners.”

Robert D. Odze, MDDirector of the GI Pathology Divisionat the Brigham and Women’s Hospital andProfessor of Pathology at Harvard