ABC Radio interview: love your liver!


Image: Professor Geoff McCaughan (middle) with the Liver Injury and Cancer Program.

Head of Centenary’s Liver Injury and Cancer Program Professor Geoff McCaughan has been featured on ABC 702 with Jen Flemming ‘Saturday Evenings’ on Saturday 13th October and with ABC Sydney Breakfast hosts Wendy Harmer and Robbie Buck on Tuesday 9th October about the rapid growth of liver cancer in the western world and the recent launch of the Liver Foundation.

The Liver Foundation is a new national community body designed to raise awareness about liver disease and liver cancer.

Listen to the ABC 702 interview here – scroll to 1.00.36 min of the program on Saturday 13th October’s episode to catch it from the start.

Check out the interview here – scroll to 23 min on Tuesday 9th October’s episode to catch it from the start.

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