The Viral Hepatitis & Liver Disease Congress
Radisson Blu Hotel
Franklinstraße 65, 60486 Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt, Germany
http://www.viral-hep.org/
The Viral Hepatitis & Liver Disease Congress
KnowledgePoint360
http://www.viral-hep.org/
Radisson Blu Hotel
Franklinstraße 65, 60486 Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt
Germany

Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, June 11, 2017
12:00:00 Registration and welcome coffee
13:00:00 Opening Stefan Zeuzem
13:15:00 Public health issues in HCV – access to therapy: where are we now? NEZAM H. AFDHAL
14:00:00 Session 1: Current Treatment of HCV Infection David Back, Mark Sulkowski, Christoph Sarrazin, Graham Foster
15:45:00 Refreshments and networking
16:15:00 Industry Session
Monday, June 12, 2017
08:30:00 Industry Session
10:00:00 Refreshments and networking
10:30:00 Recap of day 1 and intro to day 2
10:45:00 Session 2: New HCV Regimens and New Drugs Rafael Esteban, Marc Bourlière, Michael Fried
12:00:00 Session 3: HCV management in decompensated cirrhosis and liver transplant patients Marina Berenguer, Raj Reddy, Antonio Craxi, Michael P. Manns
13:00:00 Lunch and networking
14:00:00 Session 4: Challenging HCV infected populations – Case Session Genotype 3 in cirrhotic patients Patrice Cacoub, Paul Martin, Douglas Dieterich, Graham Foster
15:20:00 Session 5: HBV Harry Janssen, Thomas Berg, Maria Buti, Geoffrey Dusheiko
17:00:00 Refreshments and networking
17:30:00 Industry symposium
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:30:00 Recap of day 2 and intro to day 3
08:45:00 Session 6: NASH Rohit Loomba, Vlad Ratziu, NEZAM H. AFDHAL
10:15:00 Refreshments
10:40:00 Session 7: HCC Nisar Peter Malek, Peter Galle, Wolf Bechstein, Massimo Colombo
12:15:00 Refreshments
13:00:00 Session 8: Hot Topics in general hepatology Christian Lange, Alexander Gerbes
14:00:00 Meeting summary and close Stefan Zeuzem
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