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Progress on many levels
Hepatologists see bright prospects for the future


Workshop Essen (Germany), January 2017

Essen. In some areas of hepatology, such as the treatment of hepatitis C, there has been enormous progress during the last few years. But hepatology appears to be entering a new era in other fields as well. Other relevant advances in diagnostics and therapy have clearly come within feasible reach for a variety of hepatological disease patterns. More...

Liver and Bowel Diseases: Incorporating Therapeutic Progress into Clinical Routines

 
Symposium 205, Lucerne (Switzerland), October 2016
 
Lucerne. Progress is currently being made in treating both chronic liver and chronic bowel disease. This is not only the case for hepatitis C, but now also for cholestatic liver diseases and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, the novel therapy options are now making treatment considerably more complex, highlighted Professor Gerhard Rogler, Zürich... More...

Liver experts are working on new diagnostic and therapeutic tools

 
Symposium 204, Birmingham (United Kingdom), September 2016
 
Birmingham. Globally, every year more than 2 million people die from complications of chronic liver disease. Hepatitis, autoimmune diseases, the consequences of overnutrition, and alcohol abuse were the subjects of an international symposium held by the Falk Foundation e.V. in Birmingham/United Kingdom. More...
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GastroScope
Symposium 205
New Treatment Targets
in Gut and Liver Diseases
Lucerne (Switzerland),
October 21 – 22, 2016



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  IX GASTRO-CONFERENCE
  (Symposium 208/209)
  Eosinophilic Esophagitis –
  Medical and Dietary
  Treatment
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IBD 2017 – Therapeutic and
  Biological Barriers

  Berlin (Germany)
  October 4 - 7, 2017
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Video Report
Treating PBC and PSC
Prof. Dr. U. Beuers, Amsterdam,
Symposium 201
„Gut-Liver
Interactions: From
IBD to NASH“

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