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Pocket money prices for alcohol continue 1 year on

Just days before the UK Supreme Court hears a case to decide whether introducing a minimum unit price for alcohol is legal, a survey published …

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People with six deadliest cancers have ‘outrageous’ 14 per cent chance on average of living for five years

The British Liver Trust has joined with four other charities to launch the Less Survivable Cancer Taskforce. People with the six less survivable cancers in …

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British Liver Trust welcomes announcement regarding inquiry into contaminated blood scandal

The Trust has welcomed today’s announcement by the prime minister that a UK-wide inquiry will be held into the contaminated blood scandal that left at …

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New NICE Quality Standard

The British Liver Trust has worked with NICE and played a key role in the development of the new NICE Quality Standard on liver disease. …

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Cost of prescriptions prevent people from getting necessary medication

A third of people living with long-term conditions and currently paying prescription charges have not collected their prescriptions due to concerns over cost, according to …

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Response to Welsh Government’s announcement on minimum pricing for alcohol

Responding to the announcement (below) that the Welsh government is set to legislate for a minimum price for alcohol, Andrew Langford, Chief Executive of the …

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Love Your Liver campaign to visit Poole

Poole is in the grip of a health epidemic that threatens local lives. Poole is in the grip of a liver disease health epidemic that …

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Love Your Liver campaign to visit Southampton

Nearly 300 people in Southampton are admitted to hospital with liver disease each year. Of the 300 people admitted to hospital with liver disease, three …

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Love Your Liver campaign to visit London

London lives are threatened by ignorance about liver disease. Almost 60% of the capital’s population is overweight but less than 10% realise this is a …

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Love Your Liver campaign to visit Bristol

Bristol has over 700 people admitted to hospital each year with liver disease. Bristol is the worst area in the south west region for people …

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