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Support CLF's efforts to promote prevention, to find treatments and cures and to support those living with liver disease. The time to act is now!

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Are you or someone you know coping with PBC?

Our new PBC Resource Centre can help with information and advice on treatment and managing symptoms as well as additional resources.

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Born between 1945 and 1975?

According to a new online survey, over 80% of these group are unaware of their increased risk of having contracted hepatitis C. Could you have it?

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2015 Annual Report

The CLF is committed to bringing liver research to life and the events of the past year only served to highlight the importance of this mission.

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Recently diagnosed with liver disease?

We can help answer your questions and connect you with experts and with others coping with liver disease. Find out how we can help.

13 communities will be stepping out for liver health!

Help us raise funds for liver research and education. Recruit your friends and family and sign up today! Find a location near you.

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Every donation leads to life-saving research, much-needed patient support and public education.

There are over 100 different forms of liver disease that affect children men and women.

Use the drop down menu on the right for information on the most common forms of liver disease:

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Hepatitis C, a silent liver disease that may not give itself away with any obvious symptoms.

Survey shows that over 80% of Canadians born between 1945-75 are unaware of their increased risk of having hepatitis C.

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Health Canada approves drug doctors call cure for hepatitis C infection

Pill taken once a day for 12 weeks can treat all genotypes of hepatitis C

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