We have a problem

Today I want to tell you about a campaign the Canadian Liver Foundation (CLF) recently launched to address a critical problem: cross the country, very little to no foundational liver education is taught in schools.

Diversity, Equity and the Healthcare System

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Diversity, Equity and the Healthcare System Eric M. Yoshida OBC, MD, FRCP(C), Division of Gastroenterology at the University of British Columbia, Chairperson of Canadian Liver Foundation (CLF) Medical Advisory Committee and a member of the CLF’s Board of Directors Executive Committee. Natasha Chandok MD, MPH, FRCP(C), Division of Gastroenterology, Western […]

National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week

Liz and Ty posing together

National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week April 18 to 24, 2021 is National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, an opportunity to encourage Canadians to have important conversations with their friends​ and loved ones about their decision to donate to ensure that each of our organ donation wishes and […]

Education Fights Stigma

Education Fights Stigma The Canadian Liver Foundation is launching one of our biggest online campaigns yet, and we want you to get involved today. This campaign is focused on education and on helping you take concrete actions to fight stigma and to build healthier communities. What kind of actions? Keep […]

Sparking a Passion for Change

Serena leans behind her father who is seated in a chair at a banquet hall. Her arm is around him and they are both smiling

Serena Ho is the first to admit she knew little about liver disease. It wasn’t until her dad Stephen was diagnosed with liver cancer, that both her and her family began buffing up on their liver health knowledge.