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AIHA – Patient Support & Education Weekend

It’s that time of year, again!  Time for the Autoimmune Hepatitis Association (AIHA) Patient Support & Education Weekend.  It’s a good opportunity to immerse yourself in AIH education support services and to join a community that supports AIH patients, caregivers, health care providers, researchers, scientists, and other related members of our AIH support team.

If you are newly diagnosed with AIH and looking to meet others newly diagnosed or living with AIH, this would be an opportunity for you to network with other AIH patients.  What can you expect from the AIHA Patient Support & Education weekend?  Here’s some highlights from AIHA’s agenda:

a 2 day conference, Saturday, 6/10 to Sunday, 6/11, at University Tower, Hine Hall, 875 W North Street, Indianapolis, Indiana

a wide array of patient-centered didactic sessions led by AIH experts

the latest insights into AIH, in a fun, comfortable atmosphere with other individuals with stories to share

There will be interactive learning sessions on a spectrum of AIH specific topics, patient-led question round-tables, personal and focused break-out groups.

 Learning to live with AIH can be a lonely, scary place, at times.  Having a support group can make all the difference in learning to live well with a chronic, rare liver disease.

 You are not alone.  Reach out to AIHA and other support groups sponsored by Patients Like Me and Inspire for help, information, education, and compassion.  Look for links to these support groups on this blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites.  We are always here for you.

Namaste,

Mags

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