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De nouvelles études établissent un lien mortel entre l'alcool, le poids et les maladies hépatiques chez la femme
Date:4/24/2013

160;2 sont exposés à un risque accru de développer un cancer du foie. Ces résultats permettront d'améliorer la prise en charge des patients atteints d'une cirrhose et d'identifier les cas de cancer à un stade précoce ».

À l'échelle mondiale, le CHC représente environ 5,4 % de l'ensemble des cancers[4] et entraîne chaque année 695 000 décès[5], dont 47 000 décès par an en Europe.[6]

L'Europe affiche le taux de consommation d'alcool le plus élevé au monde, un européen adulte sur sept consommant plus que la quantité quotidienne moyenne recommandée.[7]

Avertissement : les données mentionnées dans ce communiqué sont basées sur le résumé soumis. D'autres données plus récentes peuvent être présentées à l'International Liver Congress™ 2013.

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À propos de l'EASL

L'EASL est la principale société scientifique européenne impliquée dans la promotion de la recherche et de l'éducation en hépatologie. L'EASL attire les plus grands experts en hépatologie et a acquis une expérience remarquable en matière de promotion de la recherche sur les maladies hépatiques, de soutien en faveur d'une meilleure éducation et de promotion des changements dans la politique européenne relative aux maladies hépatiques.

L'attention que porte l'EASL sur l'éducation et la recherche se concrétise dans de nombreux événements et initiatives, comprenant :


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