Fatty Liver Disease?

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NASH, or Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis, is an advanced form of NAFLD, or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Some risk factors for NASH include obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, and high triglycerides.

NAFLD is caused by a buildup of fat in the liver. When this buildup causes inflammation and damage to the liver, it is known as NASH.

There are currently no treatments for NASH on the market, but we’re investigating new study treatment options. Help us change the future of your condition by joining our clinical trial.


30 to 40%

of adults in the U.S. have NAFLD. 1

2 – 5%

NASH affects between 2 – 5% of Americans, or between 6.5 – 16.3 million people. 1

2030

By 2030, NASH will be the most frequent reason for liver transplants in the United States. 1

I always thought liver disease meant you were an alcoholic. I didn’t know you could have liver disease in other ways.”

TrialSpark interview with NASH patient, age 64 - March 2020

I always thought liver disease meant you were an alcoholic. I didn’t know you could have liver disease in other ways.”

TrialSpark interview with NASH patient, age 64 - March 2020

NASH Clinical Trials

Learn about the newest NASH study treatments now being investigated, including cutting-edge options available to clinical trial participants.

TrialSpark is now recruiting for a trial that tests the effectiveness of a study treatment for NASH.

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Whether you’re considering participating in a clinical trial or just looking for more information about Fatty Liver Disease, we want you to keep you informed about living with NAFLD / NASH, your treatment options, and the clinical trial process.


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  1. The Silent Liver Diseases You Need to Know About: NAFLD and NASH Link [1]