March 2015 #4
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Due to economic difficulties and tough competition between different sectors within healthcare, medical professionals continue to face difficult decisions in the proper and efficient implementation of resources in poorer areas. 

Since chronic liver diseases are more prevalent in less affluent areas of the world, this poses an increasing problem for global health.

This conference will try to clarify some of the questions by bringing together experts from different stakeholders involved with battling chronic liver disease, from academia to governmental agencies, and NGO's.

Join us at this interesting meeting that will address important questions for liver health in Europe and beyond.

Register before 30 March to benefit from early registration fees!

 

Get ready for the ILC 2015 in Vienna!

  


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EASL is happy to announce the first Best of EASL event being held in
Singapore on 5-6 June, 2015

This Best of EASL – Singapore special conference will cover the latest treatments and strategies for eradication of HCV and HBV, and enable experts and practitioners from all over the world to connect with one another and review the most up-to-date scientific research in hepatology.

For more information, please visit the website.
 

Are you interested in sponsorship opportunities? 


Due to the complex aspects of end-stage liver disease this special conference will represent a unique occasion to bring together world-wide recognized experts for an integrated discussion of these topics: hepatitis virus infection, excessive alcohol consumption, metabolic syndrome (NASH), and autoimmunity.

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