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Sep 24

The Liver Meeting® is only seven weeks away, so please make certain you have registered for the meeting and have your hotel reservations made. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in November.

Sep 21
A range of situations and conditions can cause yellow stool. In most cases, yellow stool is due to what a person eats. It may also have an underlying medical cause, such as problems with the pancreas, liver, or gallbladder. Learn more in this article.
Sep 21
When a person has a liver condition, their body produces high levels of anti-smooth muscle antibodies (ASMA). Doctors check for these antibodies using the ASMA blood test. Learn more here.

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Paulo Martins MD, PhD, FAST, FACS

Paulo Martins MD, PhD, FAST, FACS, is a multi-visceral transplant surgeon at the University of Massachusetts.