EASL took part in the first WHO global partners' meeting on hepatitis in March 2014 where participants agreed on a historic call to action to scale up the global hepatitis response. The call to action presses the global community for immediate and concerted action to increase access to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of viral hepatitis.
It is now available online.
High consumption of red and processed meat linked to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and insulin resistance
Gastrointestinal hormone measurably improved symptoms of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Raising awareness about alcohol-related liver disease in women
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