Data show NAFLD without cirrhosis is a growing problem

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is a risk factor for liver cancer even in patients 65 and older who do not have cirrhosis, according to a database review by University of Missouri researchers. According to the data, NAFLD-linked cancer without cirrhosis is growing at a faster rate than cancer linked to cirrhosis. MedPage Today (free registration) (11/13)

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