In my association with doctors from the AASLD, I’ve seen such a genuine desire to make the best choices for each patient’s individual needs. They compile numbers from all over the country to try and find a trend in symptoms and side effects. These men and women have devoted their lives to studying liver disease. Recently, they held another webinar just to help us better understand COVID-19.
Before co-moderating, I attended a rehearsal so I could learn how to click all the right buttons. Attending any AASLD meeting always leaves me feeling supported and cared for. You will too. Guaranteed.
Check out the list of topics they discussed.
COVID-19 Variants: What does it mean for me? How can I protect myself pre and post vaccine? Corrie Berk, Family Nurse Practitioner, has her MBA from Loma Linda University Medical Center. She is the director of the Loma Linda Transplant Institute and has years of experience with hepatology and liver transplant in Las Vegas, Nevada. For those of us who have benefited from a NP while being treated, listed, or post transplant – you know her heart.
Why is Liver Disease Considered to have Increased Risks of Complications from COVID-19? Su Wang MD is the Medical Director of the Center for Asian Health at Barnabas Medical Center. Su is a long time Hepatitis Advocate. She did her residencies at Georgetown and with the Epidemiology branch of the Centers for Disease Control, (CDC). She’s a sought after speaker and champion for the Hepatitis community. Every time I’ve had the joy of hearing her speak, she brings expertise and enthusiasm.
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This entry was originally posted on I help C on April 3, 2021, and is reprinted with permission.