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The latest news from the Swiss NASH Foundation. In a joint effort to tackle the increasing prevalence and burden of NASH, scientific experts and the leading pharmaceutical companies have joined forces, read all out their latest research, findings and events.

Happy new year!

Everyone at the Swiss NASH Foundation wishes you a happy and healthy new year 2024!

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Video available for the International NASH Symposium – 2023 a pivotal year for NASH

You can find the talks of the International NASH Symposium – 2023 a pivotal year for NASH now on our YouTube Channel.

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International NASH Symposium 2023

We welcome you to the International NASH Symposium 2023 in Bern, Switzerland and online on the 30th November 2023! Have a look at the agenda […]

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#NASHday 2022!

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International Nash Day ahead

On June 6th the International Nash Day organised by the Global Liver Institute is happening and we from the Swiss Nash Foundation are taking part […]

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AASLDs Liver Meeting 2021 is coming up!

From November 12th till 15th 2021 the annual Liver Meeting organised by the AASLD – American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases is coming […]

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Omega 3 and NASH

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Call for Submission: Research grants of the Swiss NASH Foundation

Application for Research Grants of the Swiss NASH Foundation In 2021, the Swiss NASH Foundation will for the first time award research grants for original […]

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We wish you a healthy and happy new year! #livertwitter

Obese diabetes patients with [non-alcoholic] fatty liver disease and related chronic liver disease ask me if they have to avoid "rice" from their diet.

We are a predominantly rice consuming population, which means, there will be great inertia about getting rice out of the daily…

Merry Xmas and happy and healthy holidays to all of you 🤶

not even 2 hours till our NASH Symposium https://healthbook.org/webinars/virtual-symposium-2023-a-pivotal-year-for-nash #NASH #NAFLD #LiverTwitter