The European Society for the Study of the Liver (EASL) has moved into its own offices in Geneva after five years in temporary accommodation.
“By moving the EASL headquarters into our own building opened up many more ways to keep EASL on the right track in implementing new novelties and technologies,” said Grégoire Pavillon, executive director.
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