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The Embassy of Italy Joins Global Liver Institute to commemorate International NASH Day

(Washington, DC – June 14, 2022) – The Embassy of Italy, in collaboration with Global Liver Institute (GLI), will host an event on June 14 entitled “From Progress in the Control of Viral Hepatitis to the Rising Epidemic of NASH” for the occasion of International NASH Day, a liver health awareness campaign led annually by GLI in June. The event will feature a scientific presentation highlighting the bilateral…

The Road to #NASHday: Guidelines, Roadmaps, & Actions for Today

In 2021, GLI NASH Council partners collaborated to draft this set of actionable recommendations for the full spectrum of stakeholders involved in NASH prevention and treatment, including: patients and caregivers, clinicians, patient advocacy organizations, medical societies, industry…

Not So Rare: The Paradox of Rare Diseases

Welcome to the very first edition of Pediatric & Rare Liver Diseases News! As we expand our offerings for and about this community, Global Liver Institute is also committed to keeping you informed about what is happening with pediatric and rare liver diseases.

This edition is the first monthly community-specific newsletter within our new structure. Check out upcoming events in the pediatric and rare liver disease field, a patient’s perspective, exciting news, and more below.

Global Liver Institute Launches Its Liver Health Is Public Health Initiative

(Washington, D.C., March 30, 2022) – Global Liver Institute (GLI), a patient-led liver health nonprofit operating globally, today announced the launch of its global Liver Health is Public Health (LHPH) initiative with a special feature in the 2022 Your Liver supplement in the Guardian. Liver conditions continue to be misunderstood, mischaracterized, and stigmatized, resulting in under-diagnosis, under-treatment, and unnecessarily…

The Latest at GLI – March 2022

New Season, New Format: Striving to meet the needs of the expanding liver health- interested community for timely information on must-know events and news specific to our Council communities in Liver Cancer, NASH, Pediatric and Rare Liver Diseases, Liver Health Policy, and the activities of Global Liver Institute in a format and frequency that respects your busy lives we have reconfigured our newsletter schedule.