Sy Schlager and the team at Therapeutic Window have spent the last 7 years producing educational content for medical professionals looking to stay current on the new advances, discoveries, treatments, and therapies that their colleagues have developed. As a medical professional that has spent years working in various fields of the medical industry, Sy Schlager has made it his goal to ensure that Therapeutic Window runs as many informative publications as possible concerning the breakthroughs that his colleagues make in their research and development of new therapies. In addition to the core employees at Therapeutic Window, Sy Schlager works with a group of highly distinguished faculty members that provide the newest information available. This is the information that Sy Schlager and his team compile into educational resources and offer to medical professionals who are keeping up with their licensure and maintaining a working knowledge of the most up to date happenings in the medical field.

Recently, Therapeutic Window released a publication called "A Roundtable Discussion on the Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment Goals in Crohn's Disease." At the roundtable were three very important members of the medical community: William J. Sandborn, MD; Jean-Frederic Colombel, MD; and Jonathan A. Leighton, MD. Dr. Sandborn is the Dorothy A. Adair Professor of Gastrointestinal Research and Vice Chair of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Colombel is the Professor of Hepatogastroenterology at Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Lille, in France. Dr. Leighton is a Professor of Medicine and the Chair of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. These 3 professionals are highly knowledgeable about Crohn's Disease and have worked with Sy Schlager to produce the publication, which provides valuable information to other medical professionals dealing with patients who may have this illness.

Through the input of highly esteemed doctors, clearly written content, an easy to follow layout, and useful diagrams and pictures, the publications released by Therapeutic Window are highly valuable to members of the medical community that rely upon them. Sy Schlager of course understands the importance of having well-developed content, but what sets him apart from the rest of the educational professionals is that he also understands how to put this content together into a format that will not only be well-received and appear professional, but that will build upon the knowledge of readers in an intuitive and accessible way. This is why Sy Schlager and Therapeutic Window are so successful.

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