UK considering "strong support" for a national liver disease plan
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK Department of Health is considering establishing a national plan for liver disease, as part of its review of liver disease services. Health minister Ann Keen told parliament this week that the government recognises the "strong support" for such a plan, and is currently weighing "what the NHS needs to do over the next three years to address these pressures". She said that the DH would announce "next steps in due course".