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Links To Related Websites

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American Association For The Study Of Liver Diseases
The leading organization for advancing the science and practice of hepatology
Alameda County Public Health Department Website
Public Health News
American Liver Foundation
The Official website of the American Liver Foundation
Aids Project of Los Angeles
American School Health Association
Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations
Association of Public Health Laboratories
California Pacific Medical Center, a Sutter Health Affiliate
Liver Disease Center
California Chronic Care Coalition
We’re about People, We’re about Health
California Society of Addiction Medicine, CSAM
Physicians dedicated to improving the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions. The state chapter of the American Society of Addiction Medicine
Karsh Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Centerforce, Inc.
Service, Education, Advocacy for the imprisoned & those released to the community
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC
Viral Hepatitis Branch
Children’s Organ Transplant Association, COTA
Giving Hope… Making Miracles
Clinical Care Options – CCO
Evidence based medical education for health providers
Donor Network West
Help raise awareness about organ donation
ETR Associates
Non-profit working to improve the physical, social and emotional health of all individuals, families and communities.
Smart + Strong – New York, United States
Informed and inspired people live healthier, longer lives. So we created magazines and sites focused on various health topics and aimed at specific audiences to educate and empower our readers to not merely survive, but to thrive. Our editors are experts in their fields. They are integral members of the communities they write about, enabling them to connect intimately with their readers, even on topics that can sometimes be tough to broach, such as HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, mental health and minority health issues.

At Smart + Strong, we believe that health care is a human right. Everyone should have access to the information, support and resources that enable them to achieve optimal health-even in the face of life-threatening conditions.
Our award-winning work empowers our readers to live their healthiest and longest life possible.
Harm Reduction Coalition, HRC
Advocacy, education and information about the reduction of harm associated with substance abuse
Hep B Foundation
Cause for a Cure
Hepatitis B Free, San Francisco
B Sure, B Tested, B Free
Hepatitis C Challenge – Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors Program
Improving the lives of people living with hepatitis C through information and awareness
California Immunization Coalition
Vaccination information and news
Latino Coalition for a Healthy California – LCHC
The leading organized voice for policies, services and conditions to improve the health of Latinos in California
Loma Linda University Medical Center Transplant Institute
Promoting the development and implementation of evidence-based HIV prevention
National Hemophilia Foundation
For all bleeding disorders
National VA Hepatitis C Program
All US Military Veterans Welcome to the National Hepatitis C Program
Prevention Institute
Prevention and equity at the center of community well being
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Promoting the development and implementation of evidence-based HIV prevention
Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, Inc., SGNA
Advancing evidence-based education for GI nurses and associates
Stanford University School of Medicine
GI Department
Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford University Liver Transplant Program
The American Gastroenterological Association
The indispensable resource for improving patient care through research
Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients – SRTR
Supporting the transplant community with statistical analysis to improve patient outcomes
Transplant Recipients International Organization, Inc. – TRIO
Your voice of the transplant community
UC Davis
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
UC Irvine
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
UC San Diego
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
UCSF – University of California, San Francisco
Division of Gastroenterology
UCLA – University of California, Los Angeles
UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento
Transplant Center (non-liver)
Vietnam Veterans of America – VVA
“Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another.”

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