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EASL has published several reports on liver disease in Europe and is commissioning work on future publications.

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With this statement, EASL reiterates evidence-based recommendations to the European Union Institutions for the next political term, to address boldly the human and financial burden of liver disease in Europe. We can no longer ignore the enormous impact on millions of lives across Europe, and on health budgets in every country.

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In view of the new EU legislature 2024-2029, the ACHIEVE Coalition released a Call to Action as the EU as a whole is not on track for viral hepatitis elimination. The Call states the main obstacles to viral hepatitis B and C elimination as well as the existing EU mechanisms to help.

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The European Association for the Study of the Liver welcomes the Fourteenth General Programme of Work 2025-2028 (GPW14) consultation document and would like to draw attention to the importance of recognising the burden of Metabolic dysfunction-Associated Steatotic Liver Disease (MASLD), formerly called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and integrating the disease into the development of…

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The European Association for the Study of the Liver welcomes the Action plan regarding equity in refugee and migrant health in the WHO European region 2023-2030. EASL supports this timely initiative and the five guiding principles of the plan. These evidence-based pillars provide focus on concrete priority areas for action which are necessary for ensuring…

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EASL welcomes the initiative of the European Commission to propose actions to increase the uptake of vaccination against the Hepatitis B virus and human papillomaviruses. In its response, EASL calls on the EU Member States to prioritise key actions, especially to upscale HBV vaccination rates, by encouraging Member States to implement stronger national strategies and…

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The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) welcomes the European Commission’s initiative to build an EU Cancer Inequalities Registry and recommends the inclusion of inequalities in liver cancer and in its key causes: liver cirrhosis due to viral hepatitis, alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD), or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Around 90% of…

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International organisations representing doctors, cancer patients, young people, researchers, public health and development advocates across Europe issued the Oslo Declaration- a call for policy action to curb alcohol harm.  Europe is the heaviest alcohol consuming region in the world. The burden of alcohol related harms to individuals, families, communities and society is enormous. Half of…

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