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American Liver Foundation
39 Broadway, Suite 2700
New York, New York 10006
Storytelling is powerful medicine! Reading your personal experience of liver disease can help inspire others on their journey.
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Liver Champions are the courageous and inspiring individuals who share their stories in order to highlight the importance of the American Liver Foundation’s work to educate, raise awareness, and support research related to liver disease.
Bryan's story is about overcoming obstacles and the power of positive thought.
Read the story of a military combat medic who contracted Hepatitis C.
Read about Aiden Diederich's story dealing with newborn jaundice.
Read about Danielle's story of surviving biliary atresia.
Reflect on the life of a wonderful person when reading Elizabeth's story.
Read all about Gavin's story of biliary atresia.
Read about Jim's story about PSC – Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis.
Read about Joey's sad story and all about acute liver failure.
Read all about Mallory's liver transplant.
Martha's dedication to liver disease treatment has led her to the American Liver Foundation.
Read about how biliary atresia isn't always a newborn condition.
Michael's story is all about PSC – primary sclerosing cholangitis.
Read about the marathon runner with NAFLD – non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Read about Sandy's diagnosis of PBC – Primary Biliary Cirrhosis.
Read all about Spanky's liver transplant.
Watch 2 touching video's about Xander's journey through biliary atresia.
From diagnosis of PSC to receiving a transplant.
Read all about Sophia Washington's journey into liver transplantation.
A long path to recovery from doctors to transplants.
Tranplant recovery for over 15 years!