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World Hepatitis Day is back! And it gives all of us a tremendous opportunity to make in global impact, by advocating and promoting liver health awareness — through the education, screening, and treatment of viral hepatitis. This “hidden epidemic” affects over 2 billion people worldwide; and is one of the world’s top ten infectious diseases. This year, in honor Al D. Rodriguez’s deep pride in his Cuban-American heritage, we hold up a watchful lens to Latino populations around the world. We aim to raise public consciousness of hepatitis and related issues such as awareness,
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The medical and health communities have made great strides in developing hepatitis treatments and making these available across the world. However, viral hepatitis continues to affect over 300 million people and to cause 1.4 million deaths each year, thus begging the question — are we doing enough to combat hepatitis?The World Health Organization (WHO) confronts this question with an official response: the first ever publication outlining global guidelines for viral hepatitis released in February 2017 at the 26th Conference of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver in S
With SINCERE GRATITUDE to Our Fantastic Sponsors, Volunteers, Entertainers & Attendees of Our "DISCO BOWL SPRING FLING" Benefit, as We Kicked Off National Hepatitis Month Together (Photo Credit: Kristin Goehring)
  With DEEP GRATITUDE to Our Fabulous Sponsors, Volunteers, Performers & Attendees of ADRLF’S “DISCO BOWL SPRING FLING” Benefit — as We Joined Forces To Strike Out Liver Disease and Kick Off National Hepatitis Awareness Month, Together! (Photo Credit: Kristin Goehring)  
Take energy drinks in moderation to keep your liver healthy. (Photo credit: Tambako The Jaguar)
Do energy drinks cause hepatitis? The connection between energy drinks and this serious liver disease became a major concern after an alarming case report was published by a group of researchers from the University of Florida College of Medicine. The report cited a case of acute hepatitis that was associated with the patient’s consumption of 4 to 5 energy drinks a day for three weeks, prior to being hospitalized. The 50-year-old patient showed symptoms of hepatitis C and was found to have underlying hepatitis infection. However, further tests showed that his liver damage was not caused by th
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Greetings ADRLF Friends & Family,We hope this winter finds you in great health and spirits! In observance of World Cancer Day 2017, we’re proud to share that 2016 has been a great year for the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation and our mission to screen, vaccinate, and increase awareness around hepatitis and its alarmingly silent relationship to liver cancer. With your ongoing support our voices together will continue to grow and spread this message across small communities and global borders.Festive, serious, and goal-oriented at once, our work this year has expanded our outreach! This ye
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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.