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Pivotal moment for patients suffering from fatty liver diseases

The 1st International NASH Day brings the largest coalition of stakeholders to fight against NASH together British Liver Trust is proud to support the first …

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Teenagers are better behaved and less hedonistic nowadays…

Perhaps the most obvious change is that teenagers are getting drunk less often (see chart 1). They start drinking later: the average age at which …

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Shift from budget to mid-market alcohol in Scotland

The Institute of Alcohol Studies have advised that Scottish wholesalers have reported shifts from budget alcohol to mid-market alternatives following the introduction of minimum unit …

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How you can support Love Your Liver week

From 18th to 24th June 2018, it is Love Your Liver week, which takes place every year to raise awareness across the UK of the …

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Early research into new blood test to detect liver damage in under an hour

A quick and robust blood test that can detect liver damage before symptoms appear has been designed and verified using clinical samples by a team …

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‘Blueprint to beat cancer’ launched today

Worldwide research review project underpins latest, evidence-based Cancer Prevention Recommendations Lifestyles featuring little exercise and lots of fast and processed food are fuelling overweight and …

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British Liver Trust lends support to first International NASH Day

The British Liver Trust is supporting the first ever global day of action against fatty liver diseases. The first International NASH Day will convene physicians, …

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Trust writes to Home Secretary

The Trust has joined forces with other leading health charities to urge the Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, the new Home Secretary, to bring in …

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All-Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity launches its inquiry findings

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity launched its inquiry findings today at an official event in Parliament. The British Liver Trust had submitted evidence to the …

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More than 1 in 10 visitors to liver health roadshow required follow-up tests for Liver Disease

Hundreds of people received advice and tests for liver disease when the Love Your Liver campaign, a health roadshow run by The British Liver Trust, …

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