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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 7h
Several websites NOT affiliated with AASLD are posting info about housing & reg. for . The only authorized groups are onPeak & AASLD-IGH for housing, & CDS for registration. To ensure your needs are guaranteed, ONLY use the info on our website.
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Gideon Hirschfield 18h
management at its best starts with making a clear diagnosis. If we get all our patients diagnosed confidently we can make sure they start the journey to streamlined risk stratified treatment. Repeated education helps
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AASLD 10h
.'s Afdhal/McHutchison LIFER Award is a 2-year, $100,000 ($50,000/year) award that supports fellows performing clinical research &/or translational research in North America (US, Canada, or Mexico). Learn more & apply by Dec. 4.
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Julie Deal 16h
Sharing an article in our current issue of : "A Second Successful Collaboration Between AASLD and the Asociación Mexicana de Hepatología." Read it here.
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AASLD 13h
Registration is open for The Liver Meeting® 2018. Join AASLD for what promises to be a great meeting in San Francisco November 9-13. Register today!
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AASLD 15h
Space is still available at the following ticketed course(s) at The Liver Meeting® 2018: Meet-the-Professor Luncheons. Register now while space remains.
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AASLD Foundation 15h
Join the as we say thank you to the following companies whose generous support help make The Liver Meeting® 2018 the premier scientific and education event.
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PSC Partners Oct 18
Fred Sabernick, president of the PSC Partners Board of Directors, tells us about the 3 WORST and 3 BEST things about having PSC. PSC Awareness Day is on October 29.
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Ahmed Elsharkawy Oct 18
Interesting paper in on the changes in histology in LT patients treated for . Note sone progression despite cure. Very mixed cohort but adds weight to need to treat early post transplant.
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AASLD Oct 18
Registration is open for the "HBV: Update on the Guidelines and Controversies in Management" webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, October 24 from Noon-1 pm ET. is presenting. Learn more & register.
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AASLD Oct 18
Space is still available at the following ticketed course(s) at The Liver Meeting® 2018: Early Morning Workshops. Early Morning Workshops are limited to 50 participants in each workshop. Register now while space remains.
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AASLD Oct 18
Registration is open for the AASLD / Special Conference which will be held in Miami February 1-2, 2019. is one of the program chairs. Learn more and register.
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Dr Deborah Fisher Oct 18
As aside, why don’t web publications include the authors’ social media handles? ? It would be great if quoted SME also had their handles included. I’m on my mobile device reading and learning and if I want more I have to separately search. C’mon guys
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AASLD Oct 18
Thanks for sharing this.
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AASLD Oct 18
From : "PRO: Patients With Advanced Cirrhosis and Portal Vein Thrombosis Should Receive Anticoagulation"
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HBI-Minnesota/HBI-MN Oct 16
Always fun catching up with my fellow advocates! Let me know if you will be at AASLD and we can catchup IRL! Happy Liver Cancer Awareness Month!
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AASLD Oct 18
From : "Colder weather and fewer sunlight hours increase alcohol consumption and alcoholic cirrhosis worldwide"
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Steven Echard, CAE Oct 17
Watching local (11:00 PM) News in Washington DC and I see an AASLD and reigning Liver Cup Champion - See you in a few weeks at
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Scott Matherly Oct 17
You should listen because is the best there is!
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AASLD Oct 17
From : "Liver Transplantation and Waitlist Mortality for HCC and Non-HCC Candidates Following the 2015 HCC Exception Policy Change"
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