Miller, M.D., E. Patchen Dellinger, M.D., Christopher M. Watson, M.D., Raul Coimbra, M.D., Daniel L. Dent, M.D., Stephen F. Lowry, M.D., Christine S. Cocanour, M.D., Michaela A. West, M.D., Ph.D., Kaysie L. Banton, M.D., William G. Cheadle, M.D., Pamela A. Lipsett, M.D., Christopher A. Guidry, M.D., and Kimberley Popovsky, B.S.N.: Trial of Short-Course Antimicrobial Therapy for Intraabdominal Infection.. Robert G. Sawyer, M.D., Jeffrey A. Claridge, M.D., Avery B. Nathens, M.D., Ori D.Maybe it would have already been even more useful in sufferers who didn’t have adenomas in the first place? Of course, we don’t have the answers to that just yet. Barry and Baron emphasized that scholarly study focused on supplements, and that their results don’t negate the overall health benefits of a nutrient-rich diet plan.. ACMG encourages everyone to gather family health history details on National GENEALOGY Day This Thanksgiving is the sixth annual National Family History Day, as declared by the U.S. Doctor General. The American University of Medical Genetics encourages everyone to learn their family medical history and if they haven’t currently gathered this potentially life-saving info, to ‘start the conversation’ about family medical history this holidays when many families gather together in person.