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Gastroenterology

Drugs in Context Gastroenterology welcomes a broad range of article types including original research, study protocols and review articles.

In line with the principle of providing context for healthcare professionals (HCPs) to properly inform and improve disease management in real world medicine, we especially encourage the submission of articles that provide context for trials of drug interventions in order to motivate improvements in disease management by HCPs practising medicine in the front line.

Efficacy of telbivudine with conditional tenofovir intensification in patients with chronic hepatitis B: results from the 2-year roadmap strategy

Efficacy of telbivudine with conditional tenofovir intensification in patients with chronic hepatitis B: results from the 2-year roadmap strategy

Authors: Teerha Piratvisuth, Piyawat Komolmit, Henry LY Chan, Tawesak Tanwandee, Wattana Sukeepaisarnjaroen, Mário G Pessoa, Eduardo Fassio, Suzane K Ono, Fernando Bessone, Jorge Daruich, Stefan Zeuzem, Michael Manns, Alkaz Uddin, Yuhong Dong, Aldo Trylesinski

Using data from a 2-year roadmap study, the authors concluded that telbivudine with add-on tenofovir was effective and well tolerated in patients with chronic hepatitis B, and that telbivudine was associated with an improvement in estimated glomerular filtration rate from baseline.

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A specialist publication platform for research and comment on all aspects of gastroenterology

A specialist publication platform for research and comment on all aspects of gastroenterology

Authors: Drugs in Context Editorial Office

Drugs in Context Gastroenterology publishes rigorously peer reviewed, original research and journalistic articles on all aspects of the management of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, quickly, continuously and open-access. All articles published in Drugs in Context Gastroenterology are indexed in PubMed, Scopus and Embase.

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What’s new and what’s next in clinical gastroenterology?

What’s new and what’s next in clinical gastroenterology?

Authors: Drugs in Context Editorial Office

We welcome research and journalistic articles on the medical and minimally invasive surgical management of diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract and on technological advances aimed at improving early diagnosis of cancers of the gut.

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