After being in recovery for 14 years from substance and alcohol use disorders, Darryl was shocked to learn he had Hepatitis C, which led to liver cancer. Now 35 years in recovery, watch Darryl’s inspiring story and how a liver transplant saved his life!
Join us for a timely CME session available on-demand with leading oncologists to examine the latest diagnostic and treatment strategies for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
Biliary atresia (BA) is a rare disease at birth causing damage, scarring and blockage of the bile ducts. Biliary atresia (BA) is most commonly seen in full-term infants, (not in premature babies). Treatment of BA is surgical, and outcomes are better if the diagnosis and surgery occurs early, before 40 days of life. View this brief video about BA made just for parents.
This one-day virtual program brings together hundreds of leading biomedical scientists and physicians from across the globe and is designed to bridge the remarkable advances in basic biology and engineering with the understanding of liver diseases and their treatment.
The hepatitis delta virus is an infection of the liver that can affect those already infected with hepatitis B. The addition of HDV causes a faster progression to liver fibrosis than hepatitis B alone. This presentation discusses the particulars of this challenging condition.
In this recent video, infectious disease expert Dr. Nancy Reau discusses the answers to frequently asked questions about hepatitis C, including what it is, how it is spread, and available options for treatment. Information on how often to expect check-ins during treatment and follow-up and tips for how to stay healthy is also reviewed.
In this video, infectious disease expert Dr. Nancy Reau answers common questions on what to expect after being cured from hepatitis C, such as the need for follow-up appointments, whether alcohol consumption is advised after treatment, and more. Plus, hear from a real patient cured from HCV on how he feels today and his top take-home message.