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The Liver Health Initiative is featured in Trust for America’s Health’s newsletter, the Wellness and Prevention Digest! The notice details our our exciting launch of the Advocates for Prevention Advisory Board, comprised of internationally renowned leaders in medicine and academia who are committed to promoting preventive liver information and dispelling stigma that underlies current worldwide epidemics of liver related diseases. 

MD Magazine

The Liver Health Initiative is proud to be working with MD Magazine, as part of their Strategic Partnership Alliance. 

MD Magazine serves as a clinical news and information portal that provides physicians with resources designed to help them provide better care to their patients. Content published through MD Magazine includes physician and expert interviews, in-depth conference coverage, finance and practice management updates, and more. 

Contagion Live

Thelma King Thiel, Founder of LHI is a proud contributor for Contagion Live.

Contagion Live is a fully integrated news resource covering all areas of infectious disease. Contagion publishes content through their website, quarterly journal, email newsletters, and more to practitioners and specialists. They focus on disseminating disease specific information designed to improve patient outcomes by assisting with identificaiton, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases.


We are proud to have the support of ALEH (The Latin American Association for the Study of the Liver), to enhance efforts to promote liver health education. 

ALEH is a non-profit scientific society whose main objective is to promote hepatology in Latin America, through a fluid exchange with specialists in the field, local and international institutions and the community in general. 

The Liver Health Initiative launched an international campaign, to garner support for the recommendation to include primary prevention/liver health education in the National Academy of Sciences Strategies for Eliminating Hepatitis B & C. 

Special thanks to the following organizations, and their over 30,000 liver health specialists, nurses, nutritionists, and other healthcare providers for their support!