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Find information and answers to the 32 most commonly asked questions regarding chronic Hepatitis C, therapies used, and proper health management if you are diagnosed.more info
Friends and family are almost as important as the treatment. Learn how to assist patients in need as they travel along the path to recovery.more info
Obesity-related conditions, including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, and certain types of cancer, are some of the leading causes of preventable death.more info
Patients that are suffering from consequences of malnutrition have increased mortality and morbidity compared to the patients without evidence of malnutrition.more info
We deliver the highest quality of care to patients suffering from a wide range of liver ailments. Physicians can use this resource to streamline the referral process.more info
Key practice guidelines related to the management of patients with acute and chronic liver disease. Please feel free to use these to help promote quality medical care.more info
Real cases. Real patients. Real treatments. Read about conditions that we have diagnosed within our practice and how we determined the best treatement for an individual patient.more info
39 year old Fatty Liver Disease Patient I love visiting Dr. Galati and his staff. The first 10 minutes he always asks about my family, what I have been doing, and of course, what I have been eating. He always gives me energetic ideas about food and cooking, and his enthusiasm is contagious. He is passionate about getting his patients well. I love the New York Yankee room he has for his patients.
61 year old Liver Cancer and Hepatitis C Survivor After nearly 12 years, Dr. Galati never gave up on me. He continued to try treating my hepatitis C, but when a cancer developed, I needed a liver transplant. The transplant was a success, I am cancer free, and my HEPATITIS C IS CURED. Dr. Galati, and his PA Erin, and Nurse Practitioner Lauren are the best people on earth. I am thankful every day for them.