The American Liver Foundation Greater New York Division will be hosting a community outreach education program regarding liver diseases Thursday, July 19 2018 from 6 to 8 PM at the Fort Lee Public Library at 320 Main Street. In partnership with Diagnostic Ultrasound Plus, this program will offer general liver education for adults seeking to understand how the liver functions and the causes of, risk factors, and treatments for the most prevalent liver diseases. The program will discuss liver wellness and ways to prevent, treat, and live with liver disease.
There will be two main speakers at the event: Paul Bolter, and Dr. Steven Douglas Gillon. Paul Bolter is the American Liver Foundation Community Outreach and Education Manager, and Dr. Gillon is a board certified gastroenterologist. Dr. Gillon will be providing free liver function screenings for all interested who attend the event. There will be free refreshments throughout the event as well.
Liver diseases are becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society, and this problem needs to be addressed. This program is one step we can take as a community to learn about and prevent this pandemic.
For more information or to RSVP please contact: Liver@dupnjny.com OR PBolter@liverfoundation.org