Our mission

The EASL International Liver Foundation is a global non-profit organization, established by the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL), committed to increasing the quality of life and reducing premature mortality for the greatest number of people by improving liver health.



Taking the micro-elimination path.

research & development

We translate liver science into practice.


We empower health providers across all levels of specialisation in the management of patients with liver disease around the world.

public awareness

We want you to know more about your liver so you can enjoy a healthy life.



The European Parliament adopted a resolution on the EU’s response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis C

The European Parliament adopted a resolution on the EU’s response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis C, prepared by its Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.
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NASH-CORE findings to be unveiled in conjunction with the First EASL NAFLD Summit

The global prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is 25%. It is considered to be endemic in Europe and a major potential threat to public health. Yet it appears to receive very limited attention. EASL International Liver Foundation aims to place the spotlight on NALFD and take the first important step needed to generate a call to action by developing an understanding of what government and key stakeholders such as medical associations and patient groups are currently doing.
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Supporting Viral Hepatitis elimination in Mongolia

Mongolia has the world’s highest rate of liver cancer mortality; nearly eight times the global average. The prevalence of chronic viral hepatitis B, C, and D is at endemic level, and constitutes the main reason cause of Mongolia’s world-leading liver cancer mortality rate. To tackle this deadly crisis, the Onom Foundation, Patient and Civil Society Council, Mongolian Gastroenterology Association, and Mongolian Society of Hepatology launched the Hepatitis Prevention, Control, and Elimination (HPCE).
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