Missed the #FGDebate with Prof Pritchard? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Gastrointestinal NETs: The approach to diagnosis and initial management’

If you missed the #FGDebate with Professor Mark Pritchard on ‘Frontline Gastrointestinal NETs: The approach to diagnosis and initial management’ you can catch up with the:

Podcast after the #FGDebate at

https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-gastrointestinal-nets-the-approach-to-diagnosis-and-initial-management/s-dEo1C

Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at

https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-gastrointestinal-nets-the-approach-to-di

Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Professor Brian Saunders (@MarkSdoc1), Consultant Gastroenterologist, St. Mark’s Hospital and Adjunct Professor of Endoscopy Imperial College for the ‘Special EndoLive Twitter Debate’, on Tuesday 3rd March 2015, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline Endoscopy: Polypectomy – tips, tricks, and which to remove endoscopically’.

During the #FGDebate Professor Saunders will be answering questions on polyps and polypectomies and would be happy to review photos of polyps (which must contain not patient or identification details on them to maintain confidentiality) from those joining the debate.

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