Friday, November 22, 2013

HCV Newsletter Update: 6 Things You Should Know About Liver Cancer

Is everyone enjoying Friday and daydreaming of the weekend? In our household the little people are looking forward to Saturday afternoon, when a birthday extravaganza will take place at Chuck E. Cheese's. Nana can hardly wait, sort of.

November Newsletter Updates

Each month this blog provides an index of Newsletters containing accurate, timely, cutting-edge information on treating and living with hepatitis C. Today we have a few updates from The American Liver foundation and Hepatitis C News.

All November newsletters, including the above mentioned updates can be found here, on the blog.

American Liver Foundation
 Liver Lowdown is the monthly general interest e-newsletter of the American Liver Foundation.

In accordance with the Foundation’s mission, the e-newsletter is disseminated to provide information about the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease, as well as the organization’s research and advocacy endeavors.

Content includes updates about the Foundation’s educational and signature programs; an in-depth focus on specific types of liver disease, and profiles of liver patients’ and caregivers’ personal experiences

6 Things You Should Know About Liver Cancer
What’s the difference between primary liver cancer and metastatic liver cancer? If you have liver cancer, are there always clear-cut symptoms? And what should you do if you think you’re at risk? Find the answers to these and other important questions.
National Caregivers Month 2013
November is a time each year when we recognize the millions of people who care for the sick, disabled, and the elderly in the United States. If you’re caring for someone with liver disease, what can you do to make your life more manageable and less stressful?

Isaacs's Mystery Illness "Completely Killed his Liver"
Marisela Newcomb vividly remembers the day when she realized her eight-year-old son, Isaac, was getting sick. But Marisela could never have guessed how seriously ill he was. Nor could she have anticipated just how rapidly a potentially lethal form of liver disease would turn her family’s life upside down.
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1 comment:

  1. maggie.danhakl@healthline.comJanuary 10, 2014 at 12:32 PM


    I hope all is well with you. I represent Healthline, a medical website providing trustworthy health news and advice. This year, one of our goals is raising awareness about Hepatitis C.

    We recently created a virtual guide of the symptoms of Hep C and how it affects the body. You can see the diagram here:

    I am writing to ask if you would help us raise awareness about the disease by including our tool as a resource on your page:

    Please let me know if this would be possible and if you have any questions.

    Thanks again and best wishes in 2014.

    Warm regards,
    Maggie Danhakl • Assistant Marketing Manager
    p: 415-281-3124 f: 415-281-3199
    Healthline • The Power of Intelligent Health
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