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Our physicians, expertly trained at leading medical institutions throughout the country, provide comprehensive, empathetic and expert care in a community setting. Your health is our first priority. We at Shore Gastroenterology Associates all have the same objective; ensuring that your relationship with our practice exceeds your expectations. Our doctors maintain close communication with your primary physician, rapidly providing them with information that is needed to coordinate your care. Our group is on staff at Jersey Shore University Medical Center as well as Monmouth Medical Center maintaining a daily clinical presence.

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Think National Screening Day Doesn’t Apply to You? Here's Why It Might! 3/5/2015 : There are all sorts of reasons why people don’t get screened for colon cancer. Fear, time constraints, lack of insurance, and plain-old procrastination were the top reasons given in an email survey conducted by the Colon Cancer Alliance.  
Study Finds Association between IBD Activity and Severity of Depression 2/26/2015 : An estimated 1.6 million Americans suffer from IBD, and many of them experience anxiety or depression as a result of their condition. In fact, one study found that IBD patients are twice as likely to suffer depression.  
Strep Bacteria Could Be Used to Treat Colon Cancer 2/19/2015 : Dr. John McCormick of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and his colleagues engineered a streptococcal bacterial toxin to attach itself to tumor cells, forcing the immune system to recognize and attack the cancer.  
Talk to a Loved One about Colon Cancer 2/12/2015 : But when you consider that colon cancer is the second deadliest form of cancer in the United States despite being one of the most preventable and treatable cancers, the importance of these discussions becomes obvious.