Our webinars and conference recordings provide a wealth of information on autoimmune hepatitis and related health topics.
Battling AIH Symptoms
Learn some tips for dealing with common symptoms of AIH.
Review the basics of this rare disease, and learn how it’s typically treated.
Stay up to date on the most recent AIH treatment trials and other research.
Check out our presentations for families with pediatric AIH patients.
Battling AIH Symptoms
How important are diet and exercise to patients with AIH? What should patients eat to better promote liver health, and how can diet play a role? Drs. Astrid Ruiz Margain and Ricardo Macias from the National Institute of Health and Nutrition in Mexico City shed some light on these topics.
Dr. James Lewis from the University of Pennsylvania shares research in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), another autoimmune condition, and explains how these learnings could potentially be applied to AIH.
Alec Smith, a registered dietitian and owner of Feel Good Nutrition and Fitness, shows how to put IBD nutrition research into practice by exploring the Mediterranean Diet.
From common medications you’ll take and possible side effects to the regular lab work your doctor will order and questions you should ask, Tess Bittermann, M.D., from the University of Pennsylvania breaks down what you need to know as a newcomer to AIH.
The Latest Research
Craig Lammert, M.D., from Indiana University, gives an overview of treatments currently available for AIH and provides a look at what new treatments are being considered for this rare disease.
Craig Lammert, M.D., from Indiana University presents a collection of important AIH studies that have been published this past year and explains what these could mean to the care of patients.
Dr. Noreen R. Henig, Chief Medical Officer at Kezar Life Sciences, presents an overview on the design, execution, and importance of clinical trials to develop better ways to treat diseases and also gives information on the new PORTOLA trial, a clinical trial of a potential new treatment for autoimmune hepatitis (AIH).
Madi Wagner from Perspectum presents about Perspectum’s new LiverMultiScan, a noninvasive MRI scan that can be used by doctors to help determine patients’ liver health.
Dr. Chaowapong Jarasvaraparn, M.D., a pediatric hepatologist at Riley Hospital for Children and Indiana University speaks about autoimmune hepatitis in the pediatric population.
Mary Ciccarelli, M.D., from Indiana University School of Medicine, shares important elements to help pediatric patients (and their families) successfully transition to adult care.
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