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AASLD is the leading organization of scientists and health care professionals committed to preventing and curing liver disease.
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AASLD 8h
From : Improving the care cascade in the criminal justice system holds opportunities to impact individual & community level outcomes: guest post from ’s Dr. Matthew Akiyama
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Raquel Peck 16h
Not an easy text to write 🙂 Will always be committed to
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AASLD 11h
. is developing a strategic plan to guide NIH nutrition research & they've asked for input. Parts of the plan deal with relationships between diet & chronic diseases, like liver disease. Feedback is due by 11:59 pm ET this Friday, December 14, 2018.
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Steven Echard, CAE 11h
Great redesign of LiverLearning by AASLD - easy acces to everything you need for CME and MOC.
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Justin Mott Dec 11
To be an ally, , you’ll need to do a bit of work. Men in medicine or research, next national meeting, attend the sessions on women in science. Don’t feel welcome? Of course you’re welcome, if you go with the intent to learn. (Thread)
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AASLD and the Chinese Foundation for Hepatitis Prevention and Control announce an inaugural joint conference to CONNECT physicians and health care providers in with experts in . To learn more, visit .
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Maged Rizk Dec 11
and break down silos to improve patient care in liver disease
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AASLD Dec 11
From : "Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 4 alpha (HNF4α) Activation is Essential for Termination of Liver Regeneration"
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Marinated Liver Dec 11
Weather cold. Leaves falling. Donate to AASLD foundation.
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AASLD Dec 11
AASLD Call for Nominations for the Governing Board, Nominating Committee, Chair of Ethics Committee, Standing Committees and Distinguished Awards runs through January 15, 2019. Nominate your colleagues and / or apply for yourself.
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AASLD Dec 11
Stay up-to-date with the redesigned LiverLearning®. Access more than 10,000 educational resources by topic, speaker, event, and content type -- including video, audio, and slide decks.
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AASLD Dec 11
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) enhance AASLD’s collaboration of scientists & health care professionals who share common specialized interests -- from a range of disciplines -- in . Find a SIG that matches your interests & join today.
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Su Wang Dec 10
Excited about inclusion of into the Strategic plan. Together we will go further in our the work of improving awareness, medical advances, & quality care than what we can accomplish alone.
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AASLD Dec 10
ICYMI -- Guidance Updates Recommendations for Screening and Treating Key Populations: * Universal screening for pregnant women * Men who have sex with men * People who inject drugs * People in correctional institutions Update details:
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AASLD Dec 10
From : Here is the next for . It corresponds with this original article: More are on the way!
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Global Hepatitis Summit Dec 10
A wonderful opportunity to recognize your ... apply today with !
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AASLD Dec 10
From : "Vitamin E Improves Transplant‐free Survival and Hepatic Decompensation among Patients with NASH and Advanced Fibrosis"
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AASLD Dec 10
DEADLINE TONIGHT -- the abstract submission deadline for the AASLD / Special Conference is tonight, Monday, December 10. Learn more and submit your abstract now!
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NOhep Dec 7
Did you know that you can download informative factsheets and infographics to spread the message online? 👉 Find them here:
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