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UK Drinkers Trying to Cut Down Through Willpower Alone

A new report, published today by alcohol education charity Drinkaware, reveals how up to 4.7 million people who are trying or planning to cut down on their drinking could be doing so without any help. …

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The Rise of Drinking in Young Professionals

A BBC2 documentary (9pm, Sunday 24th April) with Louis Theroux, ‘Drinking To Oblivion’ meets some of London’s heaviest drinkers in need of special treatment for the damage heavy drinking has done to their bodies. Featuring …

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Love Your Liver Goes To Macclesfield

The Trust’s ‘Love Your Liver‘ campaign is set to go to Macclesfield for the first time in April. East Cheshire has seen a huge increase in the numbers being diagnosed with liver disease –  an …

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Nudging Pubs Pilot Report Issued

Today sees the publication of an evaluation report for a pilot research project undertaken by Club Soda, in partnership with Alcohol Concern, into behaviour change of licensed venues based in Dalston in Hackney. The pilot was …

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‘Perk Up Your Liver’ With A Brew In National ‘Love Your Liver’ Week

National ‘Love Your Liver’ week in the third week of June is focussing on raising awareness amongst the one in five of us in the UK who may have the early stages of liver disease …

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New Treatment Option For Liver Cancer Patients

British Liver Trust welcomes NICE endorsement for Inoperable Primary Liver Cancer treatment The British Liver Trust has welcomed the advice from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) that doctors can consider using …

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New Levy On Sugary Drinks

The British Liver Trust welcomes announcement in budget of a new levy on producers of sugary soft drinks Andrew Langford, Chief Executive of the British Liver Trust said “Liver disease is the only major cause …

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Have Your Opinion Heard – Survey On Living With Hepatitis C

To help others understand the needs of people living with hepatitis C, we are looking to capture your thoughts and opinions in an anonymous survey. You will be asked about your medical history, how hepatitis …

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Student With Wilson’s Disease Mistakenly Thought To Be Drunk

Student, Alicia Goss, who was regularly refused entry to clubs for appearing drunk has discovered that her symptoms were being caused by the life-threatening condition Wilson’s Disease, a genetic disorder which causes a toxic overload …

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Love Your Liver Campaign Goes To Norfolk

The numbers diagnosed with liver disease in Norfolk has risen by 400% in a generation. For the first time, the British Liver Trust’s ‘Love Your Liver‘ campaign is visiting the region to help raise awareness …

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