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EASL is keeping apace of an ever-changing society and a rapidly evolving digital landscape, with the launch of a weekly EASL Studio episode thus showing commitment to hosting experts’ opinion to all those interested in the liver, no matter their location.

This live broadcast will include interviews, debates, and roundtables on multidisciplinary topics. As well as, special studio editions, live from EASLs congresses and summits, during which experts will share their perspectives and key messages on the latest science in clinical practice, prevention, and patient care.

Every Wednesday, watch EASL Studio, on www.easl.eu. EASL Studio is your weekly broadcast news on hepatology and related fields.

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Next episodes

14 December

Season 3, Episode 15 - Chronic portal vein thrombosis: anticoagulation and interventional radiology for all patients?  (Live from 18:00 CET)

21 December

Season 3, Episode 16 - Liver Cancer in 2022: Wrap-up & Outlook (Live from 18:00 CET)

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Season 3 programme

Please note that the schedule is susceptible to change, please visit this page regularly to have the latest update.

December 2022

Date Episode title
7 December The future of hepatology

Prof. Paolo Angeli (Moderator), Prof. Jessica Zucman-Rossi (Moderator), Prof. Thomas Berg (Faculty), Prof. Aleksander Krag (Faculty)

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14 December Chronic portal vein thrombosis: anticoagulation and interventional radiology for all patients? 

Prof. Pierre-Emmanuel Rautou (Moderator), Prof. Juan-Carlos Garcia-Pagan (Faculty), Dr Aurélie Plessier (Faculty)

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21 December Liver Cancer in 2022: Wrap-up & Outlook

Prof. Tom Lüdde (Moderator), Prof. Peter Galle (Moderator), Prof. Bruno Sangro (Faculty), Dr Anna Saborowski (Faculty)

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