ALF Advocates for Liver Disease on Capitol Hill
Each year, as part of our advocacy mission, the American Liver Foundation brings individuals from across ALF’s nationwide liver community to visit their congressional representatives and share information about the needs of their constituents who are affected by liver disease. Last week, sixty-two people, ages 10 to 70-plus, fanned out to the offices of 89 Members of Congress. They came from across the country, from Maine to Hawaii; from the smallest state of Rhode Island to some of the largest—Texas and California—and represented nearly a dozen different liver diseases. Many ALF constituencies were represented, including patients, physicians, caregivers, parents and ALF staff and Board members.Learn More
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