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According to a release, the research, conducted by the King's College Hospital Paediatric Liver Centre and the University of
The findings could carry significant implications for
EASL's Educational Councillor Professor
"Identifying a gene that impacts or alters the disease is a step in the right direction and could potentially lead to the development of new treatments or diagnostic techniques to address this growing issue," Professor Dufour continued. "More research into this field is warranted and I look forward to seeing future developments over time."
NAFLD is the term used to describe fat build-up in liver cells in people who do not drink alcohol excessively. NAFLD is rapidly becoming the most common liver disease worldwide and is the most common persistent liver disorder in western countries and is estimated to affect up to 10 percent of
Patients were found to have low vitamin D blood levels throughout the entire year, not just in the winter months, plus the majority of samples were found to be deficient or insufficient in vitamin D status compared to national
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