Welcome to the


June 4th / October 8th / October 22nd 2021

Held virtually

During the 2nd Global Liver Health Forum,
you will hear from 12 leading experts in liver disease about the paradigm shift in the field from NAFLD to MAFLD and the latest discoveries about the disease and its treatment. All sessions are live-streamed with interactive Q&A!

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Amongst the topics that will be discussed are:

  • NAFLD to MAFLD - the importance of steatosis in the paradigm shift
  • Detecting steatosis in clinical practice - EPOCH Registry
  • Essential phospholipids - latest RW data
  • Digital trends in healthcare - impact on NAFLD management
  • NAFLD profiling through physician practice - Polish RESTORE study
  • NAFLD/MAFLD guidelines overview

Webinar 1: Paradigm shifts and updated management for better liver health

Our 4 experts over 4 x 15 minute presentations will discuss the changing landscape in NAFLD. The paradigm shift in nomenclature, new real-world data and digital solutions to achieve better liver health.

June 4          10:00-11:40 (CET)


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Doctor Asad Izziddin

Asad Dajani Specialized Clinic, with affiliation to Medcare and Saudi German hospital in Sharjah.

Professor Mohammed Eslam

Storr Liver Centre, Westmead Institute for Medical Research, Westmead Hospital and University of Sydney, Westmead, NSW, 2145, Australia.

Professor Leonid Lazebnik

A. I. Evdokimov, Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Ministry of Health of Russia, Moscow, Russia. President of the Gastroenterology Scientific Society of Russia.

Miss Alexandra Fulford

Kanga Health LtD.

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Resources for your clinical practice

Discover a library of educational resources such as scientific articles, videos and presentations about Liver health: NAFLD and diagnosis, patient cases, resources for patients and EPL evidence.

> NAFLD Disease and Diagnosis / > EPL evidence / > Information for patients / > Patient cases 

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