Transplant Hepatology

Transplant Hepatology

Case Presentation

  • Topic: “Transplant hepatology fellowship experience and scope ( National /International ) ”
  • Primary Speaker:
    1. Dr. Asif Baig
      • Consultant gastroenterologist
      • Transplant hepatologist
      • Currently working as a specialist at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi; Only established center in UAE doing liver transplant.
    2. Dr. Kailash Makhejani
      • He is an Associate Staff Physician in the Digestive Disease Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.
  • Moderator:  Dr Adil Hassan Chang
    • Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist| Hepatobiliary & Liver Transplantation Group Practice.
  • Expert Panelists: Dr. Fakhar

Transplant hepatology fellowship experience and scope ( National /international )

  • To encourage the participation of young Gastroenterologists and Hepatologists in various PSSLD activities
  • To guide the society in responding to their educational and professional needs
  • To facilitate networking within the PSSLD by connecting trainees and young faculty in the field of hepatology with peers and senior members to enable them to exchange thoughts, establish research collaborations, and participate in educational programs

Hybird Workshop | Liver diseases in pregnancy: Frequently seen; rarely understood

Hybird Workshop
Liver diseases in pregnancy:
Frequently seen; rarely understood

Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the scientific basis of management of Obstetric Cholestasis.
  • Describe the underlying principles for managing a pregnant patient with acute liver failure.
  • Understand the safety profile of various medications for treating chronic hepatitis in pregnancy.
  • Interpret serology profile of pregnant patients with acute and chronic liver disease.


  • Interactive sessions with focus on Management and Counselling
  • Highlighting practice points to improve clinical outcomes
  • Postworkshop sharing of consolidated summary of clinical management
  • Exciting prizes for quiz winners

Course Director

Dr. Ayesha Malik
Consultant Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Head, Section of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Unit

Course Co-Director

Dr. Hiba Arshad
Consultant Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Register by May 30th, 2024

Registration fees
Rs. 1,000 (in-person) | Rs. 1,200 (virtual)
Venue for In-person: Teaching and Learning commons

Liver Diseases in Pregnancy:
Frequently Seen; Rarely Understood.

Time Topic Presenter
09:00 - 09:15
Introduction to the workshop
Dr. Ayesha Malik
Consultant Maternal Fetal
Medicine, Aga Khan University, Pakistan
09:16 - 09:25
Global Impact of Liver Diseases during pregnancy and brief overview of Physiological changes in pregnancy
Dr. Ayesha Malik
09:26 - 10:00
Obstetric Cholestasis: Understanding evidence to improve outcomes.
Presentation (20 Minutes)
Pre and post presentation quiz (5 minutes)
Group discussion (10 minutes)
Dr. Ayesha Malik
10:01 - 10:35
Liver Failure in pregnancy: does timely management change the outcome?
Presentation (20 Minutes)
Pre and post presentation quiz (5 minutes)
Group discussion (10 minutes)
Prof. Bilal Hameed
Consultant Gastroenterologist,
University of California, USA
10:36 - 10:55
Tea Break
10:56 - 11:30
Hepatitis B and C: offering safe treatment to mitigate the risks.
Presentation (20 Minutes)
Pre and post presentation quiz (5 minutes)
Group discussion (10 minutes)
Dr. Amna Subhan
Consultant Gastroenterologist,
Associate Professor Aga Khan
University, Pakistan
11:31 - 12:05
Addressing the Dilemma: Navigating Delivery Decisions for women with Acute hepatitis.
Presentation (20 Minutes)
Pre and post presentation quiz (5 minutes)
Group discussion (10 minutes)
Prof. Mohamed Alboraie
Consultant Gastroenterologist, AlAzhar University & AFCM, Cairo, Egypt
12:06 - 12:40
Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy: are we timely diagnosing it?
Presentation (20 Minutes)
Pre and post presentation quiz (5 minutes)
Group discussion (10 minutes)
Dr. Shazia Masheer
Consultant Maternal Medicine, Aga Khan University, Pakistan
12:41 - 13:00
Panel Discussion
Prof. Nasir Luck - Head of Hepatogastroenterology Department, SIUT.
Dr Atif Majeed - Consultant Gastroenterologist, Aga Khan University.
Dr Anoshia Fahad - Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr. Ruth KM Pfau Civil Hospital Karachi.
Dr Tazeen Munim - Secretary General SOGP.
13:01 - 13:15
Dr. Ayesha Malik
13:16 - 13:25
Wrap-up + Summary of Clinical Pearls
Dr. Amna Subhan
13:26 - 14:00

17th Annual Meeting – 2023

17th Annual Conference PSSLD, Islamabad

The theme of PSSLD 2023 Conference was “Upcoming Challenges in Hepatology”

Day 01

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  • To encourage the participation of young Gastroenterologists and Hepatologists in various PSSLD activities
  • To guide the society in responding to their educational and professional needs
  • To facilitate networking within the PSSLD by connecting trainees and young faculty in the field of hepatology with peers and senior members to enable them to exchange thoughts, establish research collaborations, and participate in educational programs

Case Presentation

  • Presenter: Dr. Fakhar Ali Qazi Arisar
  • Moderator: Dr. Farhana Kayani

17th Annual Meeting of PSSLD 2023

17th Annual Conference PSSLD, Islamabad

The theme of PSSLD 2023 Conference was “Upcoming Challenges in Hepatology”

The 17th Annual Conference of the Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases (PSSLD) was held at Serena Hotels Islamabad from December 8th to December 10th, 2023, under the theme of “Upcoming Challenges In Hepatology.” The conference brought together a distinguished gathering of national and international speakers who shared their latest research findings and insights into the evolving landscape of Hepatology. The conference provided a comprehensive platform for hepatologists, researchers, and healthcare professionals to exchange knowledge, discuss emerging challenges, and explore innovative solutions in the field of liver diseases. Through a series of symposia, presentations, and interactive sessions, attendees gained valuable insights into various aspects of Hepatology, including liver cancers, liver transplantation, liver diseases in pregnancy, pediatric Hepatology, and NAFLD/NASH.

The sessions featured presentations from esteemed speakers, both national and international, who shared their research findings, clinical experiences, and best practices in addressing the challenges posed by liver diseases. Furthermore, the conference featured a poster presentation session and parallel sessions on various topics, providing a platform for researchers to showcase their work and engage in discussions with peers and experts in the field. Additionally, the conference included an inauguration session, steering committee meetings, and opportunities for networking and collaboration among participants.

Day 1

Friday DECEMBER 8th, 2022

The 1st day of Conference was meticulously structured, covering various aspects of liver diseases and their management. The event was chaired by eminent figures in the field including Javed A Butt, Gen Tassawar Hussain, Matiullah Khan, and Mashood Ali. The Symposium 1 with Topic “Cirrhosis and its Complications” delved into the complexities of cirrhosis and its associated complications. Dr. Saad Ali Khan initiated the discussions with a presentation on a middle-aged man presenting with HCV cirrhosis and low urine output. The symposium continued with presentations highlighting diverse cases such as extreme fatigability in a 62-year-old with HCV-related cirrhosis discussed by Mattew Armstrog, acute cholecystitis in a middle-aged lady with compensated cirrhosis shared by David Patch, and various other cases shedding light on the challenges in managing cirrhosis and its complications. Second symposium explored additional cases of cirrhosis and its complications presented by Salman Ahmed Saleem, Adil Naseer, Sher Rehman, Nadeem Teehami and Ghayasun Nabi Tayyab. Noteworthy presentation topics included cases of cryptogenic cirrhosis, lymphocytic ascites, and hematemesis among others. Each presentation provided valuable insights into the diagnosis and management of these complex conditions. Symposium III: Chronic Hepatitis was chaired by prominent figures such as Wasim Jafri and Masood Siddiq, and Habib Jadoon. This symposium focused on issues such as chronic hepatitis and the efforts towards its elimination presented by Asad Chaudhry. Speakers such as Saeed Hamid, Ashwani Singal, and Sajid Jalil discussed various aspects including the progress towards eliminating hepatitis, management strategies for HBV and HCV, and the impact of these efforts on reducing new cases of liver cancer. The symposium concluded with a comprehensive overview of the diagnostic and management approaches for HDV by Zaigham Abbas.

Symposium IV: “Autoimmune and Cholestatic Liver Disease” was majorly Led by Chairperson Ejaz Mohammad Khan, Ali Arshad Abbasi, Bakht Biland, and Shamail Zafar. Speaker person Altaf Alam, Marek Czajkoski and Raiya Sarwar, symposium addressed autoimmune and cholestatic liver diseases. Topics ranged from drug-induced liver injury to primary sclerosing cholangitis and autoimmune hepatitis. Each presentation provided a thorough examination of diagnostic approaches and treatment modalities for these challenging conditions. The day culminated in the Inauguration Session held at the prestigious Sheesh Mahal Hall, Serena Hotel Islamabad. The session commenced with the recitation from The Holy Quran followed by the National Anthem. Distinguished guests were welcomed, and addresses were delivered by the Chair Organizing Committee, President PSSLD, and other esteemed speakers. The Chief Guest presented insights into the future of hepatology in Pakistan. The session concluded with a Souvenir Distribution Ceremony and an Inaugural Dinner, providing an opportunity for networking and camaraderie among participants. Overall, Day 1 of the 17th Annual Conference provided a rich platform for knowledge exchange, professional development, and collaboration among experts in the field of Hepatology. The insightful presentations and discussions underscored the commitment towards advancing research and improving patient care in liver diseases.

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Day 2

Saturday DECEMBER 9th, 2022

The 17th Annual Conference continued its momentum into Day 2, featuring an engaging program focused on liver cancers, transplantation, and the presentation of free papers. Continuing with symposium V with topic “Liver Cancers”, Speakers covered topics ranging from radiological diagnosis of HCC to evolving systemic therapies in advanced cases. Discussions also explored the role of TARE and SBRT in HCC management, national guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of Hillar cholangiocarcinoma, and strategies for downstaging HCC. The session concluded with a dynamic Q&A session, facilitating interaction and knowledge exchange among participants. The next symposium was related to Liver Transplantation – I that occurred under the guidance of Chairs Nusrat Yar Khan, Shahid Majid, and others. This symposium provided insights into liver transplantation. Topics included ACLF management presented by Ghulam Freed, immunosuppression modification in the setting of HCC and CKD by Speaker Kahlid Mumtaz, and peri-transplant management of CMV and HBV by Kailash Makhejani. Speakers addressed challenges such as post-LT intrahepatic cholestasis and rare situations in the immediate post-liver transplant period. The session concluded with a Q&A session, allowing attendees to further explore transplantation-related topics.

After Lunch, Symposium VII: Liver Transplantation – II started, where the chairpersons invited Haseeb Haider Zia, Asmatullah, and others. In this symposium, Yasir Khan continued the exploration of liver transplantation with his topic of intra and peri-operative management of small-for-size grafts. Jehanzaib Haider discussed LDLT in challenging scenarios like portal vein thrombosis and variant portal vein Anatomy. Speakers highlighted the complexities and advancements in liver transplantation, paving the way for discussions on optimizing transplant outcomes and overcoming existing challenges. Symposium VIII included Free Papers Presentations, that featured presentations on a diverse range of topics including survival after living donor liver transplantation, long-term outcomes among voluntary donors, and epidemiological trends in hepatitis A. Participants also presented research on liver fibrosis assessment, hepatitis E exposure in cirrhosis patients, and correlations in acute pancreatitis severity. The session provided a platform for researchers to share their findings and contribute to the scientific discourse. The day also included poster presentations and discussions on the future of hepatology led by young hepatologists. These sessions provided opportunities for networking, knowledge sharing, and professional development among attendees. Overall, Day 2 of the 17th Annual Conference at Serena Hotel Islamabad was marked by insightful presentations, engaging discussions, and collaborative exchanges, reaffirming the commitment of the hepatology community to advancing research and improving patient care in liver diseases.

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Day 3

Sunday DECEMBER 10th, 2022

The 17th Annual Conference entered its final day with a focus on liver diseases in pregnancy, pediatric hepatology, and NAFLD/NASH, bringing together experts to discuss advancements, challenges, and best practices in these specialized fields. Chaired by Kashif Malik, Rizwana Chaudry, and others, Symposium IX started with topic: “Liver Diseases in Pregnancy” which addressed the unique challenges of managing liver diseases during pregnancy. Presentations covered topics such as HBV management in pregnancy by Amna Subhan Butt, diagnosis and management of liver diseases specific to pregnancy by Nashiz Inayat, and managing pregnancy in patients with cirrhosis by Zahid Azam. Additionally, the session explored the complexities of post-liver transplant pregnancy, including timing and management strategies presented by Sajid Jalil. The Q&A session provided an opportunity for attendees to seek clarification and engage with the speakers. Symposium X: Pediatric Hepatology, specifically focused on hepatological issues affecting pediatric patients. Presentations included an approach to cholestatic liver diseases in children, diagnosis and management of Wilson’s disease, and the management of metabolic liver diseases in pediatric patients. Additionally, speakers discussed biliary diseases management in the pediatric age group and provided insights into the evolution of pediatric liver transplantation. The session concluded with a Q&A session, allowing participants to further explore topics of interest.

Symposium XI: NAFLD/NASH explored the growing concern of NAFLD/NASH. Presentations covered the nomenclature and pathophysiology of these conditions, as well as medical and surgical management strategies in 2023. Speakers discussed the global and local perspectives on NAFLD/NASH nomenclature, provided insights into the pathophysiology of MASLD/MASH, and highlighted current approaches to medical and surgical management. The session concluded with a dynamic Q&A session, facilitating discussion and knowledge exchange among attendees. The conference concluded with a closing ceremony, providing an opportunity to reflect on the insights gained over the past three days. Attendees enjoyed a final networking opportunity over lunch, fostering collaboration and camaraderie within the Hepatology community. Overall, Day 3 of the 17th Annual Conference at Serena Hotel Islamabad provided a platform for in-depth discussions, exchange of expertise, and networking opportunities, furthering the collective understanding and management of liver diseases in diverse patient populations.

Overall, the 17th Annual Conference of PSSLD was a resounding success, facilitating knowledge exchange, collaboration, and innovation in Hepatology. The conference not only highlighted the current and upcoming challenges in the field but also provided valuable insights into addressing these challenges and advancing liver health in Pakistan and beyond.

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Award Winners

Paper Presentation Winners

1st Prize
Hafsa sareen Rai

2nd Prize
Anum Shakeel
Holy Family Hospital

3rd Prize
Fifa Qasim
Shifa International Hospital

Best E. Poster Award Winners

1st Prize
Dr. M. K. Aslam

2nd Prize
Munir Ahmed Shifa Int Hospital

3rd Prize
Dr Shamim Zia uddin Hosp. Karachi

Hepatology Champions

1st Prize

Sabir Khan and Muhammad Yasir
Lady reading Hospital Karachi

2nd Prize

Dr Farhan and Uzair Ali
Madina Teaching Hospital Faisalabad


Patron: Wasim Jafri
Advisory Committee: Zaigham Abbas, Saeed Sadiq Hamid, Masood Siddiq, Javed Aslam Butt
Chair Organizing Committee: Amjad Salamat
Co-Chair Organizing Committee: Tassawar Hussain
Chair Scientific Committee: Mohammad Salih
Organizing Committee

Amna Subhan Butt, Junaid Saleem, Shahid Rasool, Bakht Biland, Altaf Baqir Naqvi, Habib Jadoon, Qazi Masroor Ali, Sadiq Achakzai, Noor Muhammad, Arshad Abbasi, Shoaib Shafi, Ijaz Muhammad Khan, Abrar Sheikh

Scientific Committee: Dr Muhammad Kamran, Ghias Un Nabi Tayyab, Zahid Azam, Adil Naseer Khan, Faisal Waseem Ismail, Israr Ul Haq Toor, Shamail Zafar.

Download the Meeting details.

3rd PSSLD Symposium Bahawalpur

3rd PSSLD Symposium Bahawalpur

Saturday, 2nd, March 2024, at QAMC, Bahawalpur
Theme: “Updates in Hepatology”

Time Topic Presenter
Chairs: Amjad Salamat, Akram Ehsan, Riaz Ahmed Javed, Umair Arif, Tanveer Ahmad
Moderator: Affan Qaiser
09:00 - 09:15
Diagnosis and management of ascites, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis
Osama Tariq Butt
09:16 - 09:30
Acute Upper GI Bleeding: Update on Management in Primary & Tertiary Care
Ghais un Nabi Tayyab
09:31 - 09:45
Hepatic Encephalopathy: Diagnostic Tools and Management Strategies
Masood Siddiq
09:46 - 10:00
Hepato-Renal Syndrome
M Irfan (RYK)
10:01 - 10:10
Q & A / Discussion
10:11 - 10:40
Ali Imran
Welcome Note from Chairman Organizing Committee
Qazi Masroor Ali
Address by HOD Medicine
Mazhar Faiz Alam
Address by HOD GI & Hepatology
Shahbaz Qureshi
Address by President PSSLD
Mohammad Salih
Address by Chief Guest - Principal QAMC
Sofia Farrukh
Tea Break
Chairs: Masood Siddiq, Muhammad Akram, Munir Azhar, Azfar Farogh, Zubair Maqbool
Moderator: Javeria Aslam
11:00 - 11:15
Hepatitis C – No more threat after DAAs?
Altaf Alam
11:16 - 11:30
Hepatitis Delta – Need to find more Treatment Options?
Muhammad Kamran
11:31 - 11:45
Evaluation and Management of Hepatitis B
Saeed Hamid
11:46 - 12:00
Q & A / Discussion
Chairs: Mazhar ul Haq Attique, Altaf Alam, Muhammad Akram, Junaid Saleem, Aftab Jamil
Moderator: Abid Ali Rana
12:01 - 12:15
Obesity & its management? Large Number of Population with Low Compliance
Amjad Salamat
12:16 - 12:30
MASLD/MASH: A Silent Epidemic in Primary Care: How Do we Manage in 2024
Amna Subhan
12:31 - 12:45
Case Selection and Pre-Transplant Workup of Liver Cirrhosis
Mohammad Salih
12:46 - 13:00
Q & A / Discussion
Chairs & Panelists: Naheed Fatima, Sohail Chaudhry, Aslam Mehmood, Salma Jabeen, Tasneem Akhtar
Moderator: Saba Nadeem
13:01 - 13:15
Pregnancy related common Liver Disorders
Altaf Baqir
13:16 - 13:30
Pregnancy Associated Liver Disorder: Case Based Discussion
Amna Subhan / Muhammad Akram
13:31 - 14:00
Q & A / Discussion
Qazi Masroor Ali

Teach Pak Program 2023 – Gallery

Teach Pak Program 2023

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Teach Pak Program 2023

Teach Pak Program 2023

The “Teach Pak program” is a complimentary, multi-location educational initiative that spans five weeks, commencing on October 10th. The program focuses on case-based scenarios and is scheduled to be held this year in various cities, including Karachi, Larkana, Bahawalpur, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Multan, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Peshawar, and Quetta. Please note that participation in this course is exclusively for medical doctors and final year medical students. Attendance at the designated center is obligatory.

Course Highlights

  • 5 week, multi-center, blended course structure 2023
  • Simultaneously in 10 cities across Pakistan linked via ZOOM
  • Case-based presentations on common aspects of chronic liver disease
  • Conducted by renowned national & international faculty
  • Once a week face to face contact session (i.e. every Tuesday)
  • Weekly online assignments
  • PSSLD endorsed certificates at the end of the course to successful participants
  • Course is free of charge

Course Curriculum

  • Epidemiology and prevention of HBV and HCV
  • Diagnosis and assessment in HBV and HCV
  • Treatment of HBV and HCV
  • Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
  • Hepatocellular carcinoma
  • Cirrhosis and its complications

Who Should Attend

Family Physicians
General Practitioners
Postgraduate Trainees
and Medical Students

Oct 6, 2023

The last date of registration.
Date Topic Presenter Duration
Tuesday, October 10, 2023
14:30 - 17:00
Epidemiology and prevention in HBV and HCV
Introduction to the course
Dr. Muhammad Kamran
30 mins
Epidemiology of HBV and HCV
Dr Zaigham Abbas
30 mins
Prevention of HBV and HCV
Dr Bakht Biland
30 mins
HBV and HCV exposure-Guidelines for healthcare professionals
Dr Beenish Syed
30 mins
30 mins
Tuesday, October 17, 2023
14:30 - 17:00
Diagnostics and assessment in HBV and HCV
Signs and Symptoms of liver disease
Dr Junaid Saleem
30 mins
Interpretation of LFTs/ CTP score/ MELD score
Dr Altaf Baqir
30 mins
Radiological evaluation of liver disease
Dr Abdul Raouf
30 mins
Serological and Molecular tests for HBV and HCV
Dr Mian Shah Yousuf
30 mins
30 mins
Tuesday, October 24, 2023
14:30 - 16:50
Treatment of HBV and HCV
HBV-Guidelines/candidacy for treatment
Dr Shahid Rasool
30 mins
HBV-Case based scenarios
Dr Nauman Zakir (UK)
30 mins
HCV- Guidelines/candidacy for treatment
Dr Altaf Ahmed Shaikh
30 mins
HCV-Case based scenarios
Dr Faisal Wasim Ismail
30 mins
Global elimination of viral hepatitis:
Challenges and prospects
Dr Qazi Masroor
20 mins
Tuesday, October 31, 2023
14:30 - 17:00
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease / Non Alcoholic Steato-Hepatitis
Epidemiology, diagnosis and new nomenclature of NAFLD/ NASH
Dr Sadik Memon
30 mins
Treatment of NAFLD/ NASH
Dr Iftikhar Ali Shah
30 mins
Hepatocellular carcinoma
Radiological diagnosis of HCC
Dr Muhammad Azeemuddin
30 mins
Screening and Treatment in HCC
Dr Muhammad Salih
30 mins
30 mins
Tuesday, November 7, 2023
14:30 - 16:30
Cirrhosis and its complications
Ascites and SBP
Dr Saleh Channa
30 min
Variceal bleeding
Dr Sherbat Khan
30 min
Malnutrition and PSE
Dr Farhana Kayani
30 min
30 min

World Hepatitis Day 2023

World Hepatitis Day 2023

World Hepatitis Day Seminar Karachi

We are elated to announce that the dedicated team at PSSLD (Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases) had the distinct honor of hosting an extraordinarily successful seminar on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day 2023. This remarkable event took place at the prestigious Pearl Continental (PC) in the vibrant city of Karachi. The central theme of this gathering revolved around the pressing and urgent topic: ‘WE CAN’T WAIT FOR A WORLD WITHOUT HEPATITIS.’

The PSSLD team extends heartfelt gratitude to all participants, speakers, sponsors, and supporters who made this seminar a triumph. The seminar brought together a diverse and passionate group of individuals, including medical experts, public health advocates, and concerned citizens, all united by a common goal – to make a resounding impact in the fight against hepatitis.

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World Hepatitis Day Rawalpindi

PSSLD is absolutely delighted to have orchestrated a highly successful Free Medical Camp at the prestigious Press Club Rawalpindi, in honor of World Hepatitis Day. This momentous occasion was graced by the esteemed presence of Masood Siddiq, Amjad Salamat, and Dr. Junaid Saleem, uniting us in our collective endeavor to combat the scourges of Hepatitis B and C.

The event featured engaging and informative Question & Answer sessions with journalists, which extended for a substantial 45 minutes. These discussions illuminated the paramount significance of early detection and prevention in the fight against hepatitis. Furthermore, our cause was greatly amplified as television and newspaper journalists conducted individual interviews, effectively spreading our mission of awareness to broader audiences near and far.

World Hepatitis Day Faisalabad

Promoting knowledge and nurturing intellectual growth regarding Hepatitis was at the heart of a triumphant awareness seminar organized by PSSLD in the vibrant city of Faisalabad. In a commendable collaborative effort, the PSSLD team and UMDC Faisalabad came together, uniting their strengths to present two days of free hepatitis screening camps to our community.


The first camp was specially dedicated to our promising future leaders, the students, while the second camp catered to our cherished community members. In unison, these efforts are propelling us towards a future where Hepatitis no longer casts its shadow, bringing us closer to a world free from its grasp.

World Hepatitis Day Mardan

We are absolutely delighted to announce the resounding success of our Free Hepatitis Medical Camps in Mardan. Our collective efforts are making a strong statement against Hepatitis while advocating for improved health for everyone

World Hepatitis Day 2023

World Hepatitis Day 2023

On World Hepatitis Day 2023, PSSLD (Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases) is taking a proactive step towards raising awareness and promoting scientific advancements in the field of liver health. To mark this significant day, PSSLD has organized a prestigious scientific program at the renowned Movenpick Hotel in Karachi. The event will gather leading experts, medical professionals, and researchers from around the world to share their knowledge, experiences, and cutting-edge research on hepatitis and liver diseases. The program aims to highlight the importance of early detection, prevention, and effective management of hepatitis infections. By fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange, PSSLD seeks to strengthen the fight against hepatitis and improve liver health outcomes in Pakistan and beyond. Through this initiative, PSSLD aims to inspire and mobilize the healthcare community and the public to take collective action in combating hepatitis and reducing its burden on society.
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