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AASLD's New E-Learning Resource
Clinical Liver Disease (CLD) is the new eLearning resource from the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. Featuring regularly updated, interactive digital learning activities in text, audio, and video formats, CLD will help you improve your performance when providing care to the patient with liver disease. Read more...
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New Liver Transplantation app
Now the premier journal in the field of liver transplantation brings you content wherever you are, whenever you want it. Download the Liver Transplantation app for your mobile device.
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