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Communication of the Alcohol Guidelines ‘needs to be improved’

A study published today concludes that more needs to be done to communicate the drinking guidelines to the public. The study, published in the Journal …

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Annual report on liver transplantation issued

NHS Blood and Transplant has issued their annual report of the key figures about liver transplantation in the UK. The period reported covers ten years …

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New liver disease atlas points to significant variation across England

The rate of people dying early from liver disease in some parts of England is almost 8 times higher than others, according to new data …

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Awareness survey of liver disease

The British Liver Trust recently commissioned a survey from market research company ComRes to find out what the perception of liver disease was among adults …

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New Chief Executive

We are pleased to announce that our new Chief Executive is Judi Rhys.  Judi comes with a wealth of experience in the NHS, education and …

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New research into end of life care for people with liver disease

Research published today has highlighted limitations in the care provided to people with advanced liver disease who are in the last year of life. The …

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New study finds 86% of public support mandatory labelling on alcohol

New study finds 86% of public support mandatory labelling on alcohol. As part of the Alcohol Health Alliance (AHA), the British Liver Trust has been …

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Concerns over rise of substance misuse in “baby boomers”

A rise in alcohol and drug misuse among the over 50s (commonly known as “baby boomers”) is causing concern, warn experts. Researchers at South London …

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NICE approves Sorafenib

The British Liver Trust is pleased that its submission to the  National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) regarding sorafenib (Nexavar) on behalf of …

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New Hepatitis A leaflet from the British Liver Trust

A new free leaflet from The British Liver Trust highlights the common causes of hepatitis A – a highly infectious virus with information about: travelling …

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