– My focus is on cancer genetics, G.I. cancer genetics, particularly colorectal cancer. The most important thing is knowledge is power, and it is truly the case. We can do very little when cancers are advanced. Yet we can do a lot when we know about predisposition or early cancers.
The peptic ulcer disease is broadly divided into two categories. One is the gastric ulcer and second is the duodenal ulcer. And there are many predisposing factors to that. The most common is lifestyle– alcohol, tobacco consumption. The other conditions are untreated H. pylori infection. It’s a bacteria that predisposes
Greetings, greetings, greetings. A question I’m regularly asked by people is can my doctor authorize a test, a digestive stool analysis test. Can my doctor just give me this test? Can I do it through my medical doctor? Most likely not. Your medical doctor will not have had the training
Vitamin D is a hot topic right now and you might be wondering what’s all the hype about. Well in this video, I go through the top 5 questions I get asked about Vitamin D: What is Vitamin D? What happens if I don’t get enough Vitamin D? How much
– My interest, especially, is in celiac disease and children who have difficulty gaining weight. I think it’s a disease that we’re becoming more knowledgeable about. We hear about the gluten-free diet a lot, but about 1% of the population has celiac disease, where in the United States, about 28
Influenza is a viral infection that primarily affects the respiratory system, and is generally seen in the fall and winter. It can be especially dangerous in infants because their immune systems are still immature. They can get their first flu vaccine when they’re six months old. Call your pediatrician if
The main patients that we see are difficult-to-treat ones, patients who have complex motility disorders, difficulty swallowing, complex reflux or heartburn that doesn’t respond to traditional therapies. A lot of the things we deal with are very personal things, so a lot of times I try and put myself in