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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can lead to more severe, potentially fatal liver diseases, including cirrhosis.
Liver cancer rates and deaths have doubled in the United States, Canada, Australia and United Kingdom.
As pharmaceutical companies race to develop treatments for NASH, they find one thing is missing: willing test subjects.
This finding calls into question the importance of the one differentiation between alcoholic and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The chronic condition has been linked to an increased risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.
In observance of Liver Cancer Awareness Month, a collection of stories about liver disease, hepatitis, cancer and obesity
Low nighttime oxygen could cause an imbalance of free radicals in the body, impeding the liver’s ability to counteract their harmful effects
New research challenges current theories about the condition’s links to obesity.
The center aims to develop new tests to diagnose non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and potentially develop treatments where none exist.
Hepatitis C dramatically raises the risk of liver cancer. Here are some tips to lower that increased risk.
The condition can cause liver scarring, called cirrhosis, and even liver failure.
Fructose, the sugar most commonly found in sweetened drinks, is most likely to blame for the correlation.
When bacteria from the gut to moves into the bloodstream of NASH patients, it worsens their liver disease.
Today’s current testing standard, a liver biopsy, is a painful and expensive procedure that also has limited accuracy.
The drug has been shown to help reduce markers of liver inflammation and fibrosis, as well as increase insulin sensitivity.
Closely related to obesity, NASH is a chronic hepatic condition characterized by excessive fat and inflammation in the liver.
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