We coordinate research activities on AAT deficiency-associated liver disease in Europe. Thereby, we cooperate with departments of pulmonary medicine as well as patient organisations. Up to now, we included over 1,900 patients with AAT deficiency from different European countries in our study.
Your advantages at one glance
- full spectrum analysis of liver involvement in AAT deficiency by specialised experts
- Examination of liver scaring with new modern techniques free of charge (the used equipment is typically available only in specialised centres and is not being reimbursed by most medical plans)
- long-term care and support in all questions according liver and AAT deficiency in one of our centres
- Support of an Europe-wide study which examines liver involvement in AAT deficiency and aims to improve patient´s care