‘We have to do better’: Liver health equity demands research investment to match burden

WASHINGTON — Funding research into liver disease, and reducing inequities in liver care, requires investment proportionate to its prevalence and burden on the health care system, said a keynote speaker at The Liver Meeting.“When I think about diversity, equity and inclusion, I think that my life is a testament and a testimony to when we get it all right,” Donna R. Cryer, JD, founder and CEO of the Global Liver Institute, and a 28-year liver transplant survivor, told attendees. “[I am testimony to] when we invite people who may look differently, speak differently, whoRead More

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