Tackling the NASH epidemic, introducing the NAFLD POLICY REVIEW study

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.

The NAFLD POLICY REVIEW study, led by Professor Jeffrey Lazarus, will systematically review the relevant policies European countries have in place to address NAFLD and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), the most serious form of NAFLD.
The results of the reivew will be presented in conjunction with the First EASL NAFLD summit, which is being held in Rome, 9-11 November, 2017.

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

The final push: a decade to eliminate viral hepatitis B and C

The final push: a decade to eliminate viral hepatitis B and C

In 2016 WHO’s first Global Health Sector Strategy on viral hepatitis set the goal of achieving its elimination by 2030. However, viral hepatitis remains a leading cause of death worldwide. To achieve hepatitis elimination within the next decade all actors, from national governments and civil society organisations to academic institution and… View Article

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Micro-Elimination of Hepatitis C Virus in the Middle East

Micro-Elimination of Hepatitis C Virus in the Middle East

Report of an expert workshop | 28th September 2019

Viral Hepatitis Elimination

HEPATITIS C ELIMINATION IN KUWAIT: Recommendations

HEPATITIS C ELIMINATION IN KUWAIT: Recommendations

Final report of the EASL International Liver Foundation Expert Panel 11 December 2018 Kuwait

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