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I have Fatty Liver Disease – What does that mean? Written by Meghan Betts   What is Fatty Liver Disease?   Fatty liver disease is a common liver condition where there is a build up of excess fat in the liver cells. Although it is normal for the liver to...

The Liver Foundation holds Crazy Socks Days in primary and secondary schools in WA. Along with Oliver, a team of doctors and nurses come to talk about the importance of liver health. They engage the kids by encouraging students to wear crazy socks to school and interact...

Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (PFIC) Written By: Meghan Betts What is PFIC? Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (PFIC) is the term given to a group of inherited conditions that cause cholestasis (reduced bile flow) in children and young people. PFIC causes progressive liver disease that can result in liver...