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EndoGastric Solutions: Re-Inventing GERD Therapy

Executive Summary

EndoGastric Solutions has found a new approach to GERD surgery: trans-orally with an endoluminal approach. The new procedure should go minimally-invasive surgery one better, but in the process opens up a huge debate: will endoluminal GERD surgery be the province of gastric surgeons or gastroenterologists?

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