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Highlights from Session: ILC 2018 NORGINE Symposium - Driving change to optimise the HE patient journey
ILC Online Library. Speakers S. Aug 14, 2018; 226894
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This symposium is organised and sponsored by Norgine with financial support from Alfasigma.
This Session Highlight is based on expert presentations:
Starting the journey at HE diagnosis by Dominique Thabut
Decelerating to slow the progression of HE by Dr. Marcus Schuchmann
Avoiding roadblocks along the way to prevent HE re-admissions by Dr. Debbie L Shawcross
Reaching our destination together to drive positive change in HE management by Dr. Jasmohan Bajaj

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