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Novel Device Improves Barrett Esophagus Diagnosis in Primary Care

Testing with a spongy device that’s swallowed to collect esophageal cells and retrieved via a thread attached to it improved general practitioners’ detection of Barrett esophagus among patients with gastroesophageal reflux, according to a trial in The Lancet.

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