Dr. Lazarus honored for his extensive contributions to viral hepatitis, steatotic liver disease and global health.
Virtual and in-person event, Bridging Basic Science and Liver Disease, brings together hundreds of leading biomedical scientists and physicians from across the globe.
The American Liver Foundation (ALF) is proud to once again be a member of the TCS New York City Marathon Official Charity Program for the 2023 race, which takes place on Sunday, November 5, 2023, in New York City’s five boroughs.
The one-day virtual event brings together patients, caregivers, leading medical experts and researchers.
Patients, families, thought leaders and business visionaries gather on October 12, 2023, in NYC
ALF is proud to once again be a member of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon Official Charity Program for the 2023 race, which takes place on Sunday, October 8, 2023, in iconic Grant Park.
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.
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.
This competition showcases posters and a brief video created by early career healthcare professionals from across the country on six areas of liver educational focus.