Interview with Carrie

Interview with Carrie  Carrie is a 66-year-old retired nurse, wife of 41 years, mother to three children and currently lives in a small town outside the city of Ottawa. This past June, Carrie was diagnosed with liver disease while living abroad. Her diagnosis came after a blood test, as a […]

New study on hepatitis B vaccination

Researcher with microscope

New study suggests that Ontario should shift from adolescent to newborn hepatitis B vaccination A recent University Health Network(UHN) led research study found that despite being recommended, not all pregnant women are universally screened for hepatitis B virus (HBV) in Ontario, and the majority of those who do test positive […]

Interview with Janet-Lynn

Image of Janet-Lynn and her daughter with the novel

Interview with Janet-Lynn Author, speaker and professional dreamer, Janet-Lynn Morrison is no stranger to the strength needed to overcome life’s challenges. Janet-Lynn’s family became members of the Canadian Liver Foundation community when her youngest daughter was suddenly diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) type 1, chronic liver inflammation. We sat down […]