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Speakers: Sigrid Elsenbruch (Germany), Qasim Aziz (UK) The power of the placebo effect was first reported by Henry Beecher in 1955 in his seminal paper on the substitution of saline placebo for opiates in pain management when supplies of opiates were exhausted. Since then, the last 50 years have witnessed an explosion in the number of publications investigating the effects…

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Speakers: Sigrid Elsenbruch (Germany), Qasim Aziz (UK) The power of the placebo effect was first reported by Henry Beecher in 1955 in his seminal paper on the substitution of saline placebo for opiates in pain management when supplies of opiates were exhausted. Since then, the last 50 years have witnessed an explosion in the number of publications investigating the effects…

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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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Leading experts and emerging young investigators actively involved in neurogastroenterology and digestive motility from around the world gathered at the Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting held in Bologna in September 2012 to discuss cutting-edge research. The meeting addressed latest findings in common conditions such as functional bowel disorders, the diagnosis and treatment of which require up-to-date knowledge in this…

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Leading experts and emerging young investigators actively involved in neurogastroenterology and digestive motility from around the world gathered at the Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting held in Bologna in September 2012 to discuss cutting-edge research. The meeting addressed latest findings in common conditions such as functional bowel disorders, the diagnosis and treatment of which require up-to-date knowledge in this…

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MetaHIT (METAgenomics of the Human Intestinal Tract) is a collaborative project, funded by the European Commission, gathering 15 institutes from 8 countries. It was born of the idea that, with the rapid development of sequencing technologies, researchers could imagine explore the genetic potential of human microbial companions and understand their impact on our health and well being. The microbes of the…

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MetaHIT (METAgenomics of the Human Intestinal Tract) is a collaborative project, funded by the European Commission, gathering 15 institutes from 8 countries. It was born of the idea that, with the rapid development of sequencing technologies, researchers could imagine explore the genetic potential of human microbial companions and understand their impact on our health and well being. The microbes of the…

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