Surfing the NASH Tsunami

Previewing EASL: Part 2 - Ep 17

August 05, 2020 HEP Dynamics LLC Season 1 Episode 17
Surfing the NASH Tsunami
Previewing EASL: Part 2 - Ep 17
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Surfing the NASH Tsunami
Previewing EASL: Part 2 - Ep 17
Aug 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
HEP Dynamics LLC

Donna Cryer, President & CEO of the Global Liver Institute, and Louise Campbell, Founder of Tawazun Health, become Surfing regulars in an episode focused on the pivotal papers at EASL's Digital ILC meeting August 27-29. The group discusses the section addressing COVID-19 and liver disease links along with presentations and posters discussing use of FibroScan, AI-aided test analysis, reducing cardiovascular risk by treating NAFLD and evaluating liver fibrosis in diabetes workups. The group also discussed cultural issues in NASH patient education and answer a letter about supporting Fatty Liver treatment in Africa. A truly multi-disciplinary look at this important meeting. THIS WEEK'S MUSIC: Mr. Parr is a musician and a 6th-grade teacher in Franklin Lakes, NJ, who produces music to teach students different elements of science. He is a two-time teacher of the year winner whose songs have been played on the Weather Channel, YouTube and Science Curriculum networks. You can find his songs through teacherspayteachers.com.

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Donna Cryer, President & CEO of the Global Liver Institute, and Louise Campbell, Founder of Tawazun Health, become Surfing regulars in an episode focused on the pivotal papers at EASL's Digital ILC meeting August 27-29. The group discusses the section addressing COVID-19 and liver disease links along with presentations and posters discussing use of FibroScan, AI-aided test analysis, reducing cardiovascular risk by treating NAFLD and evaluating liver fibrosis in diabetes workups. The group also discussed cultural issues in NASH patient education and answer a letter about supporting Fatty Liver treatment in Africa. A truly multi-disciplinary look at this important meeting. THIS WEEK'S MUSIC: Mr. Parr is a musician and a 6th-grade teacher in Franklin Lakes, NJ, who produces music to teach students different elements of science. He is a two-time teacher of the year winner whose songs have been played on the Weather Channel, YouTube and Science Curriculum networks. You can find his songs through teacherspayteachers.com.