Clinicaltrials.gov provides patients, their family members, and the public with easy and free access to information on clinical studies for a wide range of diseases and conditions.
There are almost 500 NASH studies posted with over 100 studies currently recruiting patients, and over 200 have now been completed.
NASH Treatment 2020-2021: New treatments for NASH are in clinical trials. At the moment treating fatty liver disease is based on a "multidisciplinary team and that means we're talking to the patient directly. We’re counseling them about behavior modification, change in diet, decrease in calories, more exercise, but it also involves a dietitian and nutritionist and we often look at other components including a pharmacist...Primary Care, endocrine, cardiovascular experts, could be Cardiologists."
Diet for NAFLD and NASH Patients: Dr. Giada Sebastiani presents an excellent overview of diet and best practices for patients. Let's talk about fructose!
Will treatment of NASH be an individualized, patient centric approach? Many molecules have not made it to phase III, with only one now near possible approval. Dr. Stefano Brillanti, Hepatologist from Italy explores this question. (May 2020)
Dr. Mark Swain answers the question - Are there medications available to treat fatty liver disease? What can be done now? (April 2020)
A Weight Loss Roadmap: Dr. Robert Gish shares his insights and decades of experience with patients and their liver disease.
You have to check out this VLOG - very insightful and inclusive for liver patients who want to take care of their liver and themselves.
To view and download tools on his website, you can go to www.RobertGish.com.