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Support Groups Zoom Meetings

By Carina Bobzin / May 16, 2024 /
Support Groups Zoom-Meetings

Next dates:
Tuesday, 25.06.2024 (EN)
mardi, 02.07.2024 (FR)
martedì, 09.07.2024 (IT)
Tuesday, 16.07.2024 (EN)
mardi, 06.08.2024 (FR)
martedì, 13.08.2024 (IT)
Mittwoch, 14.08.2024 (DE)
Tuesday, 20.08.2024 (EN)
mardi, 03.09.2024 (FR)
Mittwoch, 11.09.2024 (DE)
martedì, 17.09.2024 (IT)
Tuesday, 24.09.2024 (EN)
mardi, 01.10.2024 (FR)
Mittwoch, 09.10.2024 (DE)
martedì, 15.10.2024 (IT)
Tuesday, 22.10.2024 (EN)
mardi, 05.11.2024 (FR)
martedì, 12.11.2024 (IT)
Mittwoch, 13.11.2024 (DE)
Tuesday, 19.11.2024 (EN)
mardi, 03.12.2024 (FR)
Tuesday, 10.12.2024 (EN)
martedì, 17.12.2024 (IT)
Mittwoch, 18.12.2024 (DE)

What are your current topics?
You are welcome to register with the form below to receive the zoom link.
… this will always be sent by e-mail about 1 hour before the start.

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Digital Zoom Consultation in English

By Carina Bobzin / May 15, 2024 /
Digital Zoom Consultation

Next digital consultations:
Tuesday, June 04, 2024
Tuesday, September 03, 2024
Tuesday, December 03, 2024

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Peter Schemmer, Head of the Liver Clinic Switzerland, Senior Consultant of both the Pancreas Clinic Switzerland and the Bern Visceral Surgery, Hirslanden Hospital Beau-Site, will address both general issues of the daily life with a liver disease and specific topics.

Use the form to register.

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International PBC Summit April 2024

By Swiss HePa / May 15, 2024 /
International PBC Summit 2024

We are thankful to the pbc foundation for the invitation to the PBC International Summit 2024, the warm welcome in Edinburgh, all the fruitful discussions and exchanges with patients, patients associations, HCPs and industry from all over the world.

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IEEPO 2024

By Carina Bobzin / March 22, 2024 /

The IEEPO 2024 event took place on 13 and 14 March 2024 at the Hyatt Regency Zurich Airport The Circle, Switzerland.

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14th Challenges in Viral Hepatitis and Liver Disease

By Swiss HePa / January 15, 2024 /
14th Challenges in Viral Hepatitis and Liver Disease

“14th Challenges in Viral Hepatitis and Liver Disease” Symposium on Thursday, January 18 from 14:00 to 18:00 at the CHUV in Lausanne

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Swiss Hepatitis Symposium 2023 – Save the date

By Swiss HePa / November 6, 2023 /

Register now!
Monday, 27 November 2023. From 1.15 to 6pm, Welle 7, Bern.

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Educational meetings for specialist doctors

By Swiss HePa / July 10, 2023 /

The first meeting of this kind will take place on Saturday, 9 March 2024,
which is “Morbus Wilson Day Switzerland”
(held annually on the second Saturday in March).

Have we piqued your interest? We look forward to receiving your e-mail to: info@morbus-wilson.ch

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4th Swiss Autoimmune Liver Disease Meeting September 21st-22nd, Lugano, Switzerland

By Carina Bobzin / April 26, 2023 /
Fondazione Epatocentro Ticino 4th Swiss Autoimmune Liver Disease Meeting September 21st- 22nd 2023, USI Università della Svizzera Italiana, Aula Magna, Lugano, Switzerland

The two-day event will be held in Lugano, in English. It is mainly aimed at doctors. However, patient and self-help representatives are welcome and can attend free of charge. On the first day, there will be a session for patient representatives in the morning (also in English). It is not yet known whether digital participation will also be possible.

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AIH patient survey regarding COVID-19

By Carina Bobzin / September 7, 2022 /
ERN Rare Liver

To get a broader overview of the situation of patients with AIH, we have created an anonymous and patient-oriented online survey in several languages for patients with AIH.
We would be pleased if you as an AIH patient could support us with your answers to the survey.

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Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

By Carina Bobzin / May 9, 2022 /
Herbal and Dietary Supplements Induced Liver Injury: Interview with PD. Dr. med. Christoph Jüngst

“What is liver damage by herbal and dietary supplements (HDS)?” Dr. Jüngst makes it clear to us that HDS can also cause liver inflammation and liver damage. That is why a doctor-patient relationship of trust with a comprehensive exchange of information and personal responsibility is very important. You are welcome to report experience of this to Swissmedic.

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