Day: August 7, 2022

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S3-E39.5 - From The Vault: Early, Accurate Patient Information Matters

S3-E39.5 – From The Vault: Early, Accurate Patient Information Matters

In this conversation from September 2021, Anthony Villiotti of NASH kNOWledge joins Louise Campbell and Roger Green to discuss his “biggest story of the summer:” two publications, on demonstrating that NASH prevalence and incidence may be far higher than we believe and another demonstrating how limited public knowledge about NASH is today.

S3-E39.4 - Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

S3-E39.4 – Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

Ian Rowe’s decision curve model does an excellent job of modeling the success rate and cost effectiveness of modeling early NASH diagnosis. However, as Louise Campbell points out, simply getting the patient diagnosed does not mean therapeutic success, which has implications for the early diagnosis model and broader patient management issues.

S3-E39.3 - NASH challenges: Early Diagnosis and NASH Patient Management

S3-E39.3 – NASH Challenges: Early Diagnosis & NASH Patient Management

Ian Rowe, Louise Campbell and Roger Green discuss two issues in NASH patient management: the number of patients that are told they have Fatty Livers not to worry about treating it, and the general challenges in treating patients whose NASH is part of a constellation of metabolic diseases.

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