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The Barish Legacy

Our Dr. Barish attended University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida for his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and his MD at the UF College of Medicine. On May 20, his legacy continued as his son, Dr. Jacob Leo Barish, graduated with his Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr. Charles Barish was invited to be an […]

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Dr. Barish Recognized Among Castle Connolly Top Doctors®

Our very own gastroenterologist, Dr. Charles Barish, is recognized among Castle Connolly Top Doctors® for Raleigh, NC region in 2016. A Raleigh, NC Board Certified physician specializing in Gastroenterology, Dr. Charles Barish, is a Castle Connolly Top Doctor for 2016. Raleigh, NC August 28, 2016 – Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., America’s trusted source for identifying Top Doctors, has selected Raleigh’s Gastroenterology specialist Dr. Charles Barish for inclusion in its highly selective list of Castle Connolly Top […]

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SmartPill; A Diagnostic Tool to Assess GI Function

By Dr. Bulent Ender Symptoms of post-prandial fullness, gas, satiety and chronic abdominal bloating, are quite common in the older age population.   Although a definitive diagnosis can be challenging in some circumstances, one of the more common causes of these digestive symptoms is gastrointestinal dysmotility.   Gastroperesis and chronic constipation are quite prevalent in […]

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Participating in Clinical Trials

Wake Gastroenterology and its divisions work closely with Wake Research Associates in conducting clinical studies to forward the development of new and improved opportunities for treatment of various diseases.  Many of our doctors are actively involved in these studies, participating as trained investigators.  Clinical research is a crucial part of medical advancements. Research helps medical […]

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The Emotional Aspect of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

By: Dr. Charles Barish Inflammatory bowel disease, known also as IBD, encompasses both Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.  These two diseases are potentially devastating because they negatively impact both the physical and mental health of our patients.  Upwards of a million people in the US are plagued with one of these diseases.  The onset can […]

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Update on Hepatitis C infection of the liver

By Dr. Bulent Ender Long standing (chronic) infection with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) remains one of the most common causes of infectious hepatitis and cirrhosis (end stage liver disease) in the U.S.   There have been significant advances in the understanding and treatment of HCV infection in the past decade.  HCV is transmitted primarily through […]

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