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Global Leaders Gather to Exchange Best Practices in Liver Health Policy

Global Leaders Gather to Exchange Best Practices in Liver Health Policy

Global Liver Institute (GLI) convened esteemed global leaders for an event on the sidelines of the 77th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, entitled “Together for Better Liver Health: Amplifying Best Practices Globally,” in partnership with the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL).

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Early-onset cancer rates rates are increasing globally – Liver Cancer News

Early-onset cancer rates rates are increasing globally – Liver Cancer News

We extend our deepest gratitude to Dr. Jennifer Guy, Dr. Anjana Pillai, Dr. Christopher Rose, Dr. Elliot Tapper, patient advocate Bruce Dimming, and our sponsors. In case you missed it, our webinar ‘Liver Cancer Care: Management of Hepatic Encephalopathy, Ascites, and Portal Hypertension’ is available on GLI’s YouTube channel! Whether you’re a patient, caregiver, or healthcare professional, this webinar offers guidance and education to improve liver care.

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Global Liver Institute Statement on the Passing of Dr. Stephen Harrison

Global Liver Institute Statement on the Passing of Dr. Stephen Harrison

The entire field of liver health has experienced an incredible loss. It is with great sadness that Global Liver Institute, our Liver Action Network members and the patient community express our deepest sorrow on the sudden passing of Dr Stephen Harrison. Our condolences and prayers are with Dr. Harrison’s family, friends and loved ones.

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Addressing Disparities in Organ Transplantation: A Call for Equitable Healthcare

Addressing Disparities in Organ Transplantation: A Call for Equitable Healthcare

Organ transplantation has revolutionized modern medicine, offering a beacon of hope for individuals battling end-stage organ failure. At the same time, it is intricately entwined with legal and policy frameworks governing procurement, allocation, and ethical considerations. From national regulations to international collaborations, addressing healthcare disparities and combating systemic injustices are vital to providing equal access to lifesaving procedures.

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