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Aspirin May Reduce Risk of Liver Cancer, Death From Liver Disease
Date:11/28/2012

ccompanying journal editorial.

The known causes of chronic liver disease and liver cancer are hepatitis B and C virus infections and alcohol use. A link with obesity and diabetes also has been suggested.

Cheap, readily available interventions, such as vaccines for hepatitis B and C virus, already exist, but "effective strategies for reduction of [hepatitis B] and [hepatitis C] are not always available or fully applied," the editorialists wrote.

They also noted that alcohol abuse and obesity are complex issues that require interventions at the individual and health-system levels.

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The American Liver Foundation outlines 25 ways to love your liver.

-- Robert Preidt

SOURCE: Journal of the National Cancer Institute, news release, Nov. 28, 2012


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