Today is 2022 International NASH Day!

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International NASH Day is a public education campaign to raise visibility and urgency around fatty liver disease and its more advanced form, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), which affects more than 115 million people around the world.

There are many ways you can be involved in International NASH day including learning more about fatty liver disease, sharing the NASH day materials or joining the education panel sessions to learn actionable ways to support people living with, or at risk of, NASH.

Education Panels

Taking place over the next two days, the 2022 NASH Day Panel sessions bring together physicians, advocates, and other experts to share the latest insights on how to prevent, diagnose, and manage fatty liver disease.

Hepatitis Queensland’s very own CEO Katelin Haynes will be part of the ‘NASH Patients in Their Own Voices) session held at 5.30pm (AEST) tonight.

The panel topics include:

  • Addressing the Challenges of NASH in 2022
  • NASH Patients in Their Own Voices
  • NASH Diagnostics & Beyond
  • Leading Models for Care in NASH
  • Navigating NASH: Perspectives from Black Pediatric Patients and their Families
  • The Challenges of NASH: What’s Next?

Visit the NASH Day website for more information www.international-nash-day.com

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