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Posted on Dec 15, 03:29PM | UNI

The three-day International Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy workshop and symposium commenced here today with Dr Vipulroy Rathod emphasizing on early detection of cancer.

Dr Rathod, who is a promoter and Diretor of Endosocpy Asia, said that the main motto of the workshop is to bring pioneering Masters of Advanced Endoscopy and EUS of the world so that they can share some of the causes and precautions of the disease related to digestive system.

"This weekend an advanced workshop is being conducted on EUS fors Doctors form all over India and few from overseas", said Dr Rathod.

He mentioned that advanced technology had brought many changes in the last two decades and better results were expected with the help of EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound).

EUS is used to detect, diagnose stages and treat several Gastrointestinal Endosopy. the free online portal has been brought for first time in India.

There will be over 40 cases on live demonstration of Advanced Therapeutic Luminal Endosocpy in next two days, he added.

He had represented in over 50 countries across the world as International Faculty to share his vast experience in Advance Endoscopic procedures in leading Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Conferences and Workshop as a speaker and Demonstrator.