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We have information to answer your questions about liver disease and treatment options.

Patient and Caregiver Stories

Read stories of courage and perseverance from patients, caregivers, and loved ones of those living with liver disease, or share your story here.

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.

Register for Upcoming Conversations with Liver Experts

Join us to learn about liver disease, risk factors, treatments and more on a variety of liver health topics. In partnership with the Health Museum, these virtual events are informative and engaging.

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

  • Junior Has Fatty Liver?

Dr. Rita Lepe, and co-author Gabriel Trosman, recently published “Junior Has Fatty Liver?”, a book for families and children.  She recently shared information about the book and how parents and children can learn from it.

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    April 14, 2022

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  • What’s My ALT? The 2022 Liver Walk

Thanks to everyone, walkers and sponsors, who made our May 7 walk a success! On May 7 the Texas Liver Foundation had its first liver walk, joined by over 200 walkers for a morning of fun, education and movement. Our theme was “What’s my ALT?” You may not have heard of ALT before, but here’s...

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    March 22, 2022

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  • Cooper Hanks’ Story

Cooper Hanks, son of Josh and Kristen Hanks, has had a wild ride for an 11 year old, and all before he was 2! Cooper was born with a rare liver disease, biliary atresia, where the bile ducts outside of the liver are not properly formed, therefore the bilirubin cannot drain. It causes severe liver...

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