Ahead of International NASH Day, we had the pleasure of meeting with the Global Liver Institute Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer Donna Cryer to discuss this year’s theme ‘Stop NASH Now’, and the importance of endocrinologists in the NASH patient journey.
- How does GLI help support patients and their endocrinologists? (0:28)
- This year’s theme for International NASH Day is Stop NASH Now. Can you tell us about the meaning behind that theme? (1:13)
- Where can endocrinologists be most impactful in the NASH patient journey? (2:33)
- What is the relationship between diabetes and fatty liver disease/NASH? (4:02)
Disclosures: Donna Cryer has nothing to disclose in relation to this video.
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media Ltd. Interview conducted by Victoria Jones.
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