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Liver Matters 2012

>Featuring a state of the art lecture with William Carey, MD, and sessions with lectures and case presentations about Autoimmune Liver Disease, Viral Hepatitis Update, Fatty Liver, and more.

September 29th, 2012 - September 29th, 2012 (7:15AM - 1:00PM) - $20

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25777 Detroit Rd #1
Westlake, OH 44145

Liver Matters 2012
Hepatitis C- From Discovery to Cure- 30 Year Journey


Saturday, September 29th
7:15 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location: LaCentre in Westlake, OH

Course Coordinator: Mousab Tabbaa, MD
Course Co-coordinators: Pierre Gholam, MD and Nizar Zein, MD

Additional Speakers:

William D. Carey, MD, MACG

KV Narayanan Menon, MD

Anthony Post, MD

Jamile Wakim-Fleming, MD

Lisa Yerian, MD


Featuring a state of the art lecture with William Carey, MD, and sessions with lectures and case presentations about Autoimmune Liver Disease, Viral Hepatitis Update, Fatty Liver, and more.


Target Audience: This program is intended for primary care physicians, gastroenterologists, hepatologists, oncologists, infectious disease specialists, internists, nurses and nurse practitioners.


CME accreditation provided by the Institute for Medical Studies.


Presented by: American Liver Foundation- Heartland Division Medical Advisory Committee in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic, North Shore Gastroenterology, and University Hospitals Case Medical Center.


Commercial Support: This symposium will be supported in part by healthcare and pharmaceutical industry partners, to be named as they are secured at a later date and in course materials.


Register Online by clicking here.

Pre-registration is REQUIRED. Registrations must be received by Tuesday, September 18, 2012.

Course Objectives

1. To provide an update on the diagnosis and treatment of common liver diseases for the non specialist.

2. To educate physicians who manage patients with liver disease about the appropriate use of antibiotics.

3. To provide a forum for interactive discussion regarding the management of complex patients with advanced liver disease.


There is a donation of a $20 registration fee due when you register online. All proceeds benefit the American Liver Foundation.


The mission of the American Liver Foundation is to facilitate, advocate and promote education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.

Page updated: September 5th, 2012