The 2018 Liver Life Walk is Around the Corner…and Up the Street… and Down the Hill

Grab your sneakers because the 2018 Liver Life Walk is on the way, hosted by The American Liver Foundation. Thousands of people will walk to advance liver health and wellness, one stride at a time. Now, it’s your turn to make a difference this year to help find a cure for diseases such as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)!

Your involvement will promote an understanding of liver disease and provide financial assistance to the foundation’s education programs and support services for patients. Countless Americans fighting the many forms of liver disease will benefit from your help. The foundation covers also sorts of liver conditions, from hepatitis to biliary atresia to nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.

While we’re doing this wonderful thing, let’s be mindful that we all have different strengths and abilities when engaging in activities. Stay on the lookout for the many ways to help others with rare diseases that will work best for your individual strengths, too.

If you check out the 2018 Liver Walk website above, you can see when a walk if organized for your area. If you don’t see one near you, email events@liverfoundation.org. They’ll give you assistance to start a Liver Life Walk in your local community.

Remember that your efforts don’t have to stop at the end of the Liver Life Walk route. There’s much more you can do!

As new medical developments come closer on the horizon, PatientWorthy is excited to see the impact that this walk will have on patients. It will help provide greater access to care, which will also lead to patient empowerment! This walk is a great opportunity to step up and help one another through having fun with a healthy activity. Stay tuned with the foundation to receive updated information on this year’s walk.

Are you ready to make strides in liver disease services and supports? Start a walk in your own community? Share your thoughts, and your hopes, with the Patient Worthy community!

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