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The Second World Summit Gut Microbiota for Health took place in Madrid from the 24th til the 26th of February 2013. In case you weren't able to be present at the time of the summit, we have brought its content to you. You will be able to follow the different parts of the Summit: On Sunday afternoon, we have covered…

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The Second World Summit Gut Microbiota for Health took place in Madrid from the 24th til the 26th of February 2013. In case you weren't able to be present at the time of the summit, we have brought its content to you. You will be able to follow the different parts of the Summit: On Sunday afternoon, we have covered…

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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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