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The Pediatric Liver Program 


Pediatric Fatty Liver Program

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common liver condition in the United States, affecting roughly 1 in 10 children, and the most common indication for liver transplant among adults in the United States.

NAFLD is defined by fat deposition (steatosis) in the liver and, over time, may progress to liver scarring (fibrosis) or failure (cirrhosis).

If your child suffers from NAFLD, we now offer a special program devoted exclusively to helping them.

Our program is dedicated to caring for all children with NAFLD in the most comprehensive, family-friendly, non-invasive way possible. Your child will be cared for by an expert physician and, as needed, a nutritionist, social worker, or other specialist.