Q&A With Craig Lammert From Indiana University Health: Autoimmune Hepatitis Research Network Looks to Raise Awareness for Rare Disease

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Thanks to the power of social media and the internet doctors and patients around the world can now learn more about autoimmune hepatitis. This marks a big step forward for a condition where information used to be few and far between for people who need it most.

Thanks to the power of social media and the internet doctors and patients around the world can now learn more about autoimmune hepatitis. This marks a big step forward for a condition where information used to be few and far between for people who need it most.

Craig S. Lammert, MD, from the Indiana University Health System discussed how the network has grown on Facebook from just a few members to more than 700 members. While doctors in the group cannot provide medical guidance to patients seeking answers, Lammert said others in the group are usually helpful in giving guidance on how fellow members can get the best treatment possible.

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