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Albany Gastroenterology Consultants Now Incorporates Artificial Intelligence System for Enhanced Colonoscopy Screenings

Albany, NY – January 10, 2023 — Albany Gastroenterology Consultants today announced that it is now offering patients receiving a colonoscopy enhanced screening with the aid of GI GeniusTM intelligent endoscopy module. The GI GeniusTM module employs artificial intelligence (AI) to help physicians detect polyps—a powerful new ally in the fight against colorectal cancer.

LiveSmart: Minimally Invasive Treatments Available in Battle against Colorectal Cancer, Pre-Cancerous Polyps

The importance of screening for colorectal cancer has become even more apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic. National preventative colorectal cancer screening rates decreased significantly compared to before COVID. While there is still much work to be done, there is hope. With increased colorectal screening and state of the art treatment, we can detect cancer at earlier and curable stages, helping patients lead longer and healthier lives.

AGC Fundraiser for Lustgarten Foundation

Throughout the year, the physicians and staff here at Albany Gastroenterology Consultants hold employee-driven fundraisers in order to donate to organizations that are near and dear to our hearts. Through events such as tag sales, 50/50 raffles and a “Jeans Day” where employees donate for the privilege of wearing their favorite denim to work, AGC …

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Doctor Gumustop Named Doctor of the Year

We are proud to announce that Dr. Bora Gumustop has been named 2021 Physician of the Year by the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Upstate Northeastern New York. Dr. Gumustop will be celebrated at the foundation’s annual gala, “An Evening to Remember” on November 5. Dr. Gumustop’s principal area of interest is clinical/research outcomes and endoscopic …

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Dr. Gianotti joins Benita Zahn on WNYT’s Health Beat to discuss Crohn’s Disease

From WNYT: Crohn’s Disease is an inflammatory disease that can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract. It can be mild to severe. Crohn’s can occur at any age, but often is diagnosed between ages 15 to 35. As many as 780,000 people may be affected in the United States. One of the big questions …

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