September 2015 #2
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EASL releases new Clinical Practice Guidelines on Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH)

Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) was the first liver disease for which an effective therapeutic intervention, corticosteroid treatment, was convincingly demonstrated in controlled clinical trials.

However, 50 years later AIH still remains a major diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. 

Read the newly released EASL CPGs to learn more.

Join the Community Portal conversation on Autoimmune Hepatitis
Login and express your ideas. Perhaps there is an area of the new CPGs that needs more explanation or that you wish to discuss? The liver community wants to hear your thoughts.

Which KOLs are addressing end-stage liver disease?

‪‎Explore the scientific e-book to find out who the speakers are!

EASL is offering special fees to all ‪UK based ‪‎HCPs and nurses to attend our Special Conference on ‘Addressing end-stage liver disease’, 25-27 September 2015. 

Join us in Glasgow, the United Kingdom, to discuss and debate this multifaceted challenge.

To find out more about the special rates on offer contact us:

You can download the congress App and the Abstract and Programme book.

Only 5 days left to apply for your EASL Fellowship

Are you a young investigator?

Do you need financial support for your liver research? Experience up to 3 months in a host ‪#‎European institution exchanging your ‪‎liver study and science courtesy of ‪‎EASL. The Andrew K. Burroughs short-term training ‪‎fellowship programme is there to help.

Apply before 15 September 2015!

Will you join us in Barcelona for ILC 2016?

The annual EASL meeting is where the global liver community comes together.

Take a trip down memory lane, and revisit ILC 2015 highlights video. Watch, share, like, and spread the word to let your colleagues, peers, young fellows, and contacts know that it’s out there!

The ILC 2016 website will go live 1 October 2015 so mark your diary and sign-up here to get notified when more info is available. Tell your peers to do so too!

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