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American Liver Foundation
39 Broadway, Suite 2700
New York, New York 10006
To our Allegheny Division Participants and Supporters: Thank you for your support of the American Liver Foundation (ALF). After careful review, we have decided to close the Pittsburgh office. This was a difficult decision and one we did not take lightly, as we have many amazing supporters such as you in Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. This decision is also not a reflection of your involvement and passion for our mission. Please note that the closing of this office is not an end, it is a new direction that will ultimately benefit the financial strength and position of the organization and our mission. We will continue to evaluate our direction as a Division and include this area in our discussions. There are opportunities for family and friends to remain involved with ALF. You can make a donation, host a third-party fundraising event or implement the Love Your Liver educational program in your community. Thank you again for your support; your time, energy and passion for our mission are greatly appreciated. Feel free to contact the American Liver Foundation with any questions or concerns at (212) 668- 1000. You can learn more about liver diseases or make a donation. http://www.liverfoundation.org. For more information about Clinical Trials in this area, go to http://www.liverfoundation.org/chapters/allegheny/resources/
Our ongoing webinar series is a great source of liver disease information. The webinars feature liver disease experts and patient advocates, as well as interactive Q&A sessions, and are recorded and available to watch at the viewer's own pace.
Click here to select an archived presentation, including our January 2015 webinar about Primary Billiary Cirrhosis (PBC).
Learn about the hepatitis C virus (HCV), its relationship to liver and kidney disease, current HCV treatment options, and issues surrounding HCV infection and transplantation. Medical experts will discuss the issue, followed by a brief Q & A.
Luke Ravenstahl, Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh has proclaimed May as National Hepatitis Awareness Month.
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