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Promoting liver health awareness is a demanding challenge, and when it’s effective, a rewarding feat—best achieved in collaboration with like-minded allies. Much of the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation’s (ADRLF) hard-earned success has been thanks to our fruitful partnerships with fellow health advocates that are staunchly committed to their respective missions. Therefore, when we can offer our support in the form of grants to dynamic organizations, it becomes a win-win for our collective fight against hepatitis.In line with this commitment—and in observation of Hepatitis Awareness Mon
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As the Cherokee Nation commemorates its 65th Annual Holiday this week in Oklahoma, Cherokees find another reason to be proud: their Nation’s pioneering success in eliminating hepatitis C.The upcoming Cherokee National Holiday honors the signing of the 1839 Cherokee Constitution and the Act of Union that reunited Cherokees both East and West, after years of devastating forced migration, resulting in the Trail of Tears. The Nation’s resiliency has been a formidable source of pride. Fittingly, Oklahoma’s spirited celebration of the Cherokees’ history and heritage is matched by the group
Take advantage of Fall harvest for liver-friendly cleansing treats (Photo credit: Creative Commons; Cale Bruckner).
Are you experiencing abdominal bloating, having trouble digesting fatty foods, gaining weight even with deliberate calorie restriction, and/or experiencing pain on the right upper abdominal area under the rib cage? Your liver might be telling you it needs help. Your liver functions as the main organ for flushing out toxins, as well it is a key organ for digestion. Your liver might be working on overtime, and in need of you ‘pressing the reset button’ with a refreshing cleanse.Take advantage of Fall harvest for liver-friendly cleansing treats (Photo credit: Creative Commons; Cale Bruckner).
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Got a tattoo or planning on getting one? Then ADRLF’s Liver Cancer Awareness Month and World Hepatitis Day 2017 campaign is for you! Over 45 million Americans have at least one tattoo, including over 60% of millennials. But what gets lost in the hype of finding the coolest design and the best artist is the important conversation about hepatitis C, and the risks of body art. This year, we’re once again aligning with the World Health Organization and the World Hepatitis Alliance in the global effort to eliminate hepatitis, as we shine a spotlight on the increasingly popular ‘ink movement
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Yesterday on May 10th, the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation (ADRLF) once again joined forces with New York City’s growing coalition of advocates devoted to fighting hepatitis. Crowds gathered at the steps of City Hall to raise awareness about the “silent epidemic” and promote community testing events across the city. The event took place to commemorate National Hepatitis Awareness Month, which is observed during the month of May each year, also coinciding with National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (May 15th) and National Hepatitis Testing Day (May 19th).ADRLF’s Co-Founding Boar
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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.