Slow and steady adjustments are necessary to cope with hepatitis B. (Photo Credit: Creative Commons)
Slow and steady adjustments are necessary to cope with hepatitis B. (Photo Credit: Creative Commons) Being diagnosed with hepatitis – or other diseases – may require significant and sometimes painful adjustments to one’s diet. Dealing with these adjustments doesn’t have to be too burdensome and frustrating; if you know what food to AVOID, it should be easy to identify food that you CAN eat and make the diet change perfectly manageable. Here’s our simple guidelines for WHAT TO AVOID when diagnosed with hepatitis or any liver disease. Hepatitis virus attacks the liver, which is an impo
Leaders and supporters gather at the NYC city hall to send strong messages of Hepatitis awareness.
New York, NY – May 15, 2014. Representatives from community-based organizations, local and federal public health officials, NYC Council members and patient advocates gathered on the steps of city hall today to raise awareness about viral hepatitis (hepatitis B and hepatitis C). This event coincides with May’s National Hepatitis Awareness Month, which includes National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (May 15th) and National Hepatitis Testing Day (May 19th). Leaders and supporters gather at the NYC city hall to send strong messages of Hepatitis awareness. NYC leaders call for action to addr
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ADRLF hosted another successful event on April 8, 2013, “Karaoke Nights.” Produced in association with the William F. Ryan Community Health Center, the event raised over $10,000. Fun was had by all including Carson Kressley and Countess LuAnn Lesseps. (Photo by Monica Simoes)
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ADRLF Board Member and Grey’s Anatomy star Sara Ramirez stopped by the William F. Ryan Community Health Center in New York City last week. The Ryan Center was among the first recipients of the foundation’s grants. Ms. Ramirez stopped by to meet the staff and patients and learn more about the Ryan Center’s work with Hepatitis B, C and HIV/AIDS.

The Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides resources, education and information related to screening, the prevention of and treatment for the Hepatitis Virus and Liver Cancer. Our mission is to educate people about the relationship between chronic infection of the Hepatitis Virus and its association with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) - which is the most common cause of liver cancer.