The recipient of the AGA-Athena Troxel Blackburn Research Scholar Award in Neuroenteric Disease will be chosen by the AGA Research Awards Panel in accordance with AGA Institute plans and practices governing study grants.. AGA receives present to aid young investigators advance into neuroenteric disease research The American Gastroenterological Association Research Basis has received a generous gift from prominent SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA philanthropist Athena Blackburn, which will create new research opportunities for young investigators who are interested in neuroenteric disease. The AGA-Athena Troxel Blackburn Research Scholar Award in Neuroenteric Disease provides $270,000 over 3 years to young investigators who are interested in advancing analysis in neuroenteric disease.Literally thousands of cancer patients aren’t claiming benefits to that they are entitled. Whether this is due to lack of information, confusion or embarrassment, it highlights the need for better individual education in the U.K. Related StoriesPatients encounter improvements in joint specific pain and function after weight-reduction surgeryMinimally invasive implant method effective for patients with sacroiliac joint dysfunctionResearchers determine potential brain-structured biomarker for depressive symptomsOther crucial highlights of the unclaimed hundreds of thousands are that: Over fifty % of individuals with cancer who die each year do not claim their entitled disability benefits. There’s large variation in take-up across the UK. Scotland has the lowest claim price overall – 64 per cent do not claim.