3 WORLD GASTROENTEROLOGY NEWS JULY 2014 Editorial | Expert Point of View | WDHD News | WGO & WGOF News | WGO Global Guidelines | Calendar of Events randomized controlled trials, some of which are being conducted in other countries. We welcome WGO’s new member, the Society of Pediatric Gastroenter-ologists and Dieticians of Uzbekistan; you will find a fascinating story about this country and the society in the fol-lowing pages. If you take care of pa-tients with irritable bowel syndrome, please check the WGO’s educational program on IBS now available for the general public; this has just been released in 4 languages. It is excit-ing that this web-based educational program for the general public has now been released in French, Ger-man, Italian and Spanish because our patients now have an informative and balanced program to view. Finally, please read the story Getting Underway in The Gambia. The work that Des Leddin and John Igoe started in The Gambia deserves high praise, as it fits with the mission of the WGO Training Centers to help local physi-cians deliver training to the future generations of providers but even more inspirational are the Gambian physicians and health care workers who do so much with so few resources We hope you enjoy this issue, and as always feedback and comments are welcome.
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