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It Happened To Me | My Fatty Liver Journey

Melanie was all too familiar with fatty liver disease, with her husband being diagnosed 5 years earlier. But, she never thought it would happen to her.
Liver Health Tip, Liver Health Tip

What’s Intended To Help Shouldn’t Hurt

Before you head to the cabinet for medication, there are a few things you should know to ensure that what you take will help, not hurt.
Events, Events, News, News

The LIVERight Galas

Dedicated to raising funds for lifesaving research and honouring children and youth affected by liver disease across the country, the LIVERight Galas offer a night to remember across the country!
Partnerships, Partnerships, Research, Research

A Good Offence for Liver Cancer’s Defence

Since 1970, liver cancer cases have tripled for men and doubled for women. What’s more is that over half of liver cancer patients cannot be treated with the current therapies available.
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
Advocacy

Sparking a Passion for Change

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.
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Coffee and Your Liver

A cup of joe, morning fuel, or your ‘think juice’— love it or hate it, coffee undeniably has deep roots in our modern society. The good news is that drinking black coffee may be one of the best things you can do for your liver.
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Tale of a Tenured Volunteer

Marla’s “jack of all trades” volunteer tenure with the CLF demonstrates how anyone with the determination, passion and drive to help others can play a tremendous role in promoting liver health and reducing the impact of liver disease.
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International PBC Day

On International PBC Day, we want to put a face on this progressive liver disease so that we may work to recognize how to better diagnose, treat and cure it.