ALF advocates meet virtually and in-person with elected officials in their local cities and towns to share their liver stories and lend their voices to urge action.
This summit focuses on how to avoid misdiagnoses, increasing education, address stigmas, improve patient experience, and investigate how telemedicine plays a role.
A successful liver transplant is lifesaving for people with liver failure and there are thousands of people currently waiting to receive a liver transplant.
The rise in obesity and diabetes is fueling a life-threatening disease known as fatty liver disease, that affects an estimated 100 million people, many of whom are unaware they even have it.
Liver Life Walk has been a signature event of the American Liver Foundation (ALF) since 1999. It allows people affected by liver disease to come together to raise awareness and funds.
ALF recognized individuals who made an outstanding contribution to the liver community, fields of biotechnology, medical innovation, and philanthropy at the New England Legacy Gala.
For families struggling with pediatric liver disease, few resources and support options exist, until now.
ALF and Hepatitis B Foundation joined forces with key stakeholders concerned with identifying and addressing the unmet needs of people living with hepatitis D virus (HDV).
As the Boston Athletic Association’s first official charity team, ALF has a long history in Boston. Since 1988, ALF's Marathon Team has made a dramatic impact on the American Liver Foundation’s mission.
Academic Debate Madness Week Begins March 28th Fairfield, NJ — March 24, 2022 — The American Liver Foundation (ALF) will host […]
ALF's former Chairman, Dr. James Boyer, Emeritus Director, Yale Liver Center, has received the International Recognition Award from the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL).
Drs. Harvey Alter, Michael Houghton and Charles Rice have received the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Each were also recipients of the ALF Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award.