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Liver diseases, the free testing campaign begins at the de Bellis institute in Castellana Grotte

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Liver diseases, the free testing campaign begins at the de Bellis institute in Castellana Grotte

The National Institute of Gastroenterology de Bellis of Castellana Grotte Launches Liver Health Awareness Campaign

A new awareness campaign is being launched to evaluate the health of one’s liver, in conjunction with World Liver Day. The National Institute of Gastroenterology de Bellis of Castellana Grotte is offering free liver evaluations starting on April 19th.

Those interested in participating can register online at tinyurl.com/bdfk2mcx until May 19th and complete a short questionnaire to determine the most appropriate diagnostic path.

According to the scientific director, Gianluigi Giannelli, liver diseases affect approximately one-third of the world‘s population and are often diagnosed late due to lack of symptoms. This underscores the importance of early detection through prevention efforts, ranging from fatty liver disease to liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.

Throughout the month, informational events will be held to emphasize the importance of prevention and healthy lifestyles, as well as the benefits of regular monitoring for those at risk of developing liver tumors.

President Enzo Delvecchio highlights the comprehensive diagnostic program being offered by a team of medical professionals, nutritionists, and researchers. This program is completely free for participants, thanks to the ‘Salus in Apulia 2.0’ research project funded by the Puglia Region.

This initiative aims to raise awareness about liver health and provide individuals with the necessary tools and resources to maintain a healthy liver and prevent serious illnesses.

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