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Keep up to date with the latest British Liver Trust news and blogs, including our campaigns, fundraising activities, research, health information and achievements, as well as the latest news on liver disease or cancer treatment, care and support.

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NHS England open call for innovation in cancer care – new funding opportunity for those working in liver cancer

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27th February 2021

The British Liver Trust has been made aware of a new funding opportunity for clinicians working in …

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The British Liver Trust joins with other frontline charities to promote vaccine uptake

27th February 2021

The British Liver Trust are proud to support a campaign to promote the importance of the COVID-19 …

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British Liver Trust welcomes announcement from NICE that recommends selective internal radiation therapies for treating liver cancer

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26th February 2021

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today recommended that selective internal radiation therapy …

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Update for people with liver disease on the Covid-19 vaccine

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26th February 2021

The UK has approved the Oxford University/AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines, alongside the existing Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. The roll …

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Hepatocellular carcinoma in Scotland: a new action plan for better care

24th February 2021

As part of the Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce, the British Liver Trust is working with the Scottish …

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Can you help researchers to monitor the safety and uptake of the vaccines against COVID-19 as they are being rolled out in the community by becoming a public involvement (PPI) representative?

24th February 2021

Researchers from the University of Oxford have asked the British Liver Trust if we are aware of …

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Raising awareness of liver disease in parliament

23rd February 2021

2021 will mark a pivotal year for the health landscape as the NHS continues to grapple with …

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“People know exactly how you’re feeling”: How virtual support groups have been a lifeline for liver patients

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20th February 2021

Lianne (pictured) is a Liver Transplant Social Worker at Freeman Hospital in Newcastle. She explains how the …

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New technology to help identify those at high risk from Covid-19

16th February 2021

New technology has been introduced in England to help clinicians identify for the first time, a new …

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Advice for liver patients including those classed as clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) people during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

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16th February 2021

If you or a loved one has a liver condition, or you’ve had a liver transplant, you …

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