2010 at the American Culture of Clinical Oncologists headquarters in Alexandria.

1st Annual Biliary Tract-Gallbladder Cancer Analysis Symposium to be held at ASCO in Alexandria CanLiv: The Hepatobiliary Cancers Basis together with The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation shall host the 1st Annual Biliary Tract-Gallbladder Cancer Study Symposium on Friday, May 7, 2010 at the American Culture of Clinical Oncologists headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. With a stated objective to collaboratively work, the Symposium will assemble stakeholders in hepatobiliary cancer medicine to harness wisdom, passion and suggestions for designing a roadmap to accelerate research and treatment of bile duct and gallbladder cancers. Melanie B read all reviews .

Previous research have reported conflicting results regarding the effect of bariatric surgery on the development of gestational diabetes; these inconsistencies are likely explained by small sample sizes and heterogeneous research designs.15,16 In one previous study23 in which, as in today’s study, cases were matched to controls regarding to presurgery BMI, there were no cases of gestational diabetes among 70 women who had a history of bariatric surgery and 21 cases among 140 matched controls; in our cohort, gestational diabetes was diagnosed in 1.9 percent of the ladies who acquired undergone bariatric surgery and in 6.8 percent of matched controls. The prior research also reported perinatal mortality of 5.7 percent among pregnancies in females with a brief history of bariatric surgery and an interest rate of 0.7 percent among the control pregnancies.