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Digestive Disease Institute

Find the latest information from the globally recognized leader in digestive diagnosis, treatments and surgical innovations.

Digestive Disease 2013 Outcomes

We focus on reconnecting quality and patient safety with clinical care. This collaboration supports the Cleveland Clinic health system’s commitment to quality and patient care, which parallels major healthcare initiatives nationwide.

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About Digestive Disease Institute
Learn more about our Institute and the treatments we provide.
Diseases & Conditions
Information on the diseases and conditions we treat.
Treatments & Procedures
Offering patients the most advanced treatments available.
Departments & Centers
Bringing together specialists in disorders related to the gastrointestinal tract.
Our Doctors
Search the listing of our physicians and specialists.
Make an Appointment
Schedule an appointment with our team.
Patient Education
Articles, newsletters and more for our patients and their families.
Research & Innovations
Read about ongoing research and participate in clinical trials.
For Medical Professionals
Education, publications and more for medical practitioners.

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How to Fuel Up Before, During & After a Marathon

Kate Patton, RD, CSSD, LD
Friday, May 8, 2015 | Noon (ET)

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Healthy Eating & Type 2 Diabetes

Andrea Dunn, RD, LD, CDE
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 | Noon (ET)

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Weight-Loss & Exercise


Kylene Bogden, MS, RD, CSSD, LD
Thursday, July 7, 2015 | Noon (ET)

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Patient Stories

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"Semicolon; The Adventures of Ostomy Girl," will have two screenings this week at the Cleveland International Film Festival

Dr. Emina Huang busts common myths about colon cancer and colonoscopies

A new study finds a diet dominated by fruits and vegetables, but also containing a moderate amount of fish, could cut your risk for colorectal cancers by nearly 45 percent.

Cleveland Clinic physician Dr. Ryan Williams comments.