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Patient and Caregiver Stories

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Who We Are

The Texas Liver Foundation is a nonprofit, independent organization committed to improving the health of liver patients in Texas through: educating patients, advocating for and supporting the liver community, providing accurate and relevant resources for patients.

Learn More About Us!

Would you like to learn more about Texas Liver Foundation? Take a look at our "About Us" page to read a bit more about our team and how we got started!

Catch Up on What You Missed

See what we have been doing in the community. Catch up on any Conversations with Liver Experts that you missed.

On the Blog

  • Global Fatty Liver Day

Join us THIS Thursday as we celebrate Global Fatty Liver Day! Global Fatty Liver Day, formerly referred to as International Nash Day, is just around the corner! This year marks Global Fatty Liver Day’s 7th and the theme is Act Now, Screen Today. Texas Liver Foundation will be joining Global Liver Institute and other organizations...

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hepatitis awareness month
  • May is Hepatitis Awareness Month!

Hey there, liver-lovers and health enthusiasts! Did you know that your liver is not just an organ, but a superhero in disguise? It’s always at work, performing over 500 functions to keep you healthy. But even superheroes need some help sometimes, and that’s what we’re here to talk about today! Specifically, we want to address...

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3rd Annual Texas Liver Walk
  • The 3rd Annual Texas Liver Walk Is Live!

Howdy, liver lovers! We’ve got some exciting news that’s sure to put a spring in your step. Our 3rd Annual Texas Liver Walk is now live and kicking! Our theme this year is Heroes for Liver Health and this isn’t just any walk in the park – it’s a walk to change lives, spread awareness,...

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