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Henry E. Chang Sep 16
A must-read review article on existing evidence supporting lifestyle changes in patients with & motivational interviews as a tool to support better interaction between hepatologists & patients→ via Drs. &
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GENFIT 23h
: Stop by our poster 1101 to find out the impact of on the prevalence of and liver in a cohort of patients with who received a .
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Kristie Leong M.D. Sep 15
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease () is a serious epidemic in the U.S. The liver looks like that of a heavy drinker but it’s due to & insulin resistance. As many as 1/3 of adults have this condition. health
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Dr. Arvinder Soin Sep 11
Digest this: Over 30% of my patients for transplant have non-alcoholic fatty liver ()! This is mainly due to obesity & diabetes. Shed those extra pounds before it’s too late!
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ELPA 🇪🇺 4h
Save the date 26th September'19 Seville ELPA GETTING ALL stakeholders together (including patients) with INFORMATION'S FOR & FROM PATIENT'S '19 is our next biggest challenge in🇪🇺🌍
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Seminars in Liver Disease Sep 16
Metabolic imbalances between synthesis and autophagic catabolism of result in accumulation of fat in hepatocytes - a defining feature of . More in this review by Dr. Mark McNiven and .
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Dimitris Koutoukidis Sep 16
If you are interested in doing a funded DPhil (aka PhD) in obesity and next September, come and join our team! For more details DM me or see below
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GENFIT Sep 15
¡Hola ! 🇪🇸 Our team is getting ready for the new edition of the Annual Meeting!
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Abd Tahrani Sep 17
Patients with but without have more insulin resistance than controls regardless of the presence or absence of .
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Jordan Shapiro Sep 14
I wonder what would happen to the results if physicians were “In the game” as well. Many such programs, e.g., walk with a doc that do so.
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Nicolai Worm Sep 9
Fatty liver index is a simple, practical score to stratify the risk of conversion from prediabetes to new-onset diabetes or the possibility of prediabetes reversion in clinical practice, independently of classical glucose parameters.
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Robert Lustig MD Sep 16
How much is too much for the intestine to process and what is the source of the fructose (apple vs. coke)? The majority of the population has long passed the threshold where the intestine can handle the flood of fructose added the food supply, and now is pandemic.
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GENFIT Sep 16
We are excited for the start of & to present our & solutions in , a associated with .
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NatureRevGastroHep Sep 13
The landscape of in the Asia-Pacific region is changing - B remains the primary cause of , and the prevalence of has increased
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Jan Král 19h
is now the most common form of chronic liver disease in children and adolescents. Alarming!!
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GENFIT Sep 17
: Visit us at booth H.08 to learn more about & !
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LiverUnit_LiverDisGroup_HUVH Sep 13
pathway referrals from primary care are coming!
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The NASH Education Program 2h
: abnormal tolerance (especially ) is highly prevalent among children/adolescents with biopsy-proven ? Click for more quick facts 👉
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The NASH Education Program 3h
: 9/10 surveyed & believe their are at risk of developing ? Click for more quick facts 👉
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