Liver disease is a silent killer. Are you at risk?

Tony is a liver transplant recipient and cancer survivor, watch his patient story video.

ELF Patient Questionnaire

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) can lead to serious health conditions including cirrhosis, liver cancer or even death. These risks can be more than twice as high for people living with diabetes, obesity, or high blood pressure.1

Download our Patient Questionnaire to learn more about these conditions and find out if you could be at risk.

Liver Disease ER

In the blink of an eye is how Tony describes the severity of his health situation. “On day one, I didn't know that I had a potentially serious disease. In my mind, it went in the blink of an eye. It went from no problem to a major problem.”

In 2014 Tony was diagnosed with NASH and cirrhosis, and by the following year his condition had escalated to liver cancer and landed him on the liver transplant list. “The advice I would have is to talk to your physicians about the kind of tests that ought to be done. My experience has been in some cases that the patient needs to initiate those discussions.”

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