Welcome to Liver Foundation...
Liver Foundation, West Bengal, is a voluntary, non-government organization (NGO) registered under the Societies Act 1961. It was founded on June 30, 2006 by a group of health professionals and social activists. Its primary objective is to take the benefits of the advances of medical sciences to the socio-economically backward sections of India. read more
Indian Institute of Liver & Digestive Sciences
The establishment of a center for excellence in liver disease is one of Liver Foundation's Primary goals. Management of Liver disease is advancing fast. Computer based imaging, molecular biology based diagnostic techniques and platforms as well as a new generation of drugs developing out of the biotechnology revolution.
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Patient advocacy refers to advocacy at every level for all patients and families; facilitating and supporting forums and panels; assisting patient and family in daily activities and health care procedures; speaking on a patient's behalf in order to further their treatment progress; or to protect their rights and help them learn how to obtain information and services.
LFWB-BMSF Molecular Virology Research Laboratory
LFWB established a Molecular Virology research laboratory in association with BMSF at 12, Kyd Street, Kolkata-700016 to reduce the therapy cost of Hepatitis B & C patients, specially, for those patients who are unable to afford.
Hepatitis Patients´ Forum
On the occasion of ´World Hepatitis Day´ on 28th July 2012, Liver Foundation, West Bengal (LFWB) took an initiative of forming a "Self Help Group" with the Hepatitis patients. This group is named as ´Hepatitis Patients´ Forum.
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