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October is National Liver Awareness Month!
Posted on October 1st 2013
October is National Liver Awareness Month!

The American Liver Foundation New England Division Presents The 23rd Annual Irwin M. Arias, MD Symposium
Posted on October 1st 2013
On Friday, November 1st, 2013, the American Liver Foundation New England Division will host the 23rd Annual Irwin M. Arias Symposium: Bridging Basic Science and Liver Disease at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C.

Flavors of Boston 2013 An Unforgettable Experience
Posted on September 20th 2013
Flavors of Boston, a culinary experience and fundraiser hosted by the American Liver Foundation New England Division raised over $130,000.

Run for Research 2014 Boston Marathon® Team Accepts Applications
Posted on September 9th 2013
Applications for the Run for Research 2014 Boston Marathon® team opened on September 9, 2013.

American Liver Foundation Hosts Living Well With Liver Disease in ME
Posted on June 1st 2013
The American Liver Foundation New England Division hosts Living Well with Liver Disease for Patients and Family members.

American Liver Foundation Hosts Living Well With Liver Disease in MA
Posted on May 1st 2013
The American Liver Foundation New England Division hosts Living Well with Liver Disease for Patients and Family members.

Unlikely Marathon Partners Make Big Difference
Posted on April 10th 2013
10 years ago, Tom Nealon decided to run to raise money for the American Liver Foundation, and asked to be matched with a patient partner. That’s when he met one-year-old Zachary Rue, who was diagnosed with a liver condition at birth. “I found something that changed my life,” says Nealon. “It made me a better person, brought meaning to my life.”

Page updated: June 28th, 2012