The 2022-23 Annual Report is now available. Read all about our achievements, strategy and outcomes over the past year.
The LiverWELL Annual General meeting was held online on 14 November, and Board Directors, community members, supporters and staff joined to hear about achievements over the past year.
Winners of the 2023 Recognition Awards were also announced.
LiverWELL and the Gippsland Region Public Health Unit were proud to host a very successful Gippsland Forum on Viral Hepatitis on 24 October.
Ever thought about growing a moustache? November is the perfect month to get started! Not only will sporting your new stache be stylish, but it could also support men's health.
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing AMEP students with education on liver health, LiverWELL hosted education sessions with Djerriwarrah Community and Education Health Services.
At the LiverWELL Annual General Meeting, we welcomed three new Directors to our Board. We are very excited to announce that Daphne Sawlwin, Sharon Bates and Paul Gow have joined the LiverWELL Board.
In the latest LiverWELL podcast Paulette Trevena speaks with Associate Professor Naiyang Fu, the recipient of the first LiverWELL Mid Career Research Fellowship. Associate Professor Fu delves into his fascinating research at WEHI on liver cancer.
With great sadness, we share the news of the passing of former LiverWELL staff member Kay Dufty.
People with bleeding disorders, such as haemophilia, are at a higher risk of contracting blood-borne viruses like viral hepatitis.
Chronic viral hepatitis can lead to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), which accounts for 80% of all liver cancer cases and is the third most common cause of cancer deaths worldwide.