October is National Liver Awareness Month. With buildings lighting green, free educational events and a liver health quiz available in English and in Spanish, ALF is encouraging everyone to do something positive for their liver health this month.
Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC) Progresses Slowly, Warning Signs Could be Missed.
It’s back-to-school season and we know just how difficult it can be to get your child to eat healthy foods, let alone make healthy choices at school. To help alleviate any back-to-school (lunch) jitters, we interviewed former registered public-school nurse and ALF Liver Life Advocate, Susan Avalone, on how to pack a healthy lunch your child will actually eat!
David waited for more than a year to receive his transplant from a living donor. Help ALF reach more people from diverse communities and spread awareness on how to become a living donor.
When you include ALF in your will, your generosity helps us continue helping the nearly 100 million Americans affected by liver disease. Learn more about how you can make an enormous impact on the liver community by giving a gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.
Early career scientists interested in basic and translational research encouraged to apply.
Read ALF's statement about a new CDC report on Hepatitis C in America.
In a newly published article in the open journal, Hepatology Communications, the authors outline five urgent priority areas to address hepatitis delta (HDV)—the most aggressive form of viral hepatitis.
Despite Juneteenth's nationwide recognition, when it comes to health equity and access to healthcare, disparities within the Black community still remain. ALF is working to help close some of these gaps through partnerships with community organizations such as the Black Liver Health Initiative (BLHI) at New York Presbyterian in New York City.