E-Book: Liver diseases
Liver disease refers to any damage or disorder that limits or reduces the function of the liver. It can be genetic (inherited) or acquired (something that arises from an infection, unwholesome habits or actions, or exposure to specific toxins).
Liver disease accounts for approximately 2 million deaths per year worldwide, 1 million due to complications of cirrhosis, and 2 million due to viral hepatitis and hepatocellular carcinoma. Learn about different biomarkers being used in different therapies to treat liver diseases.
- New therapies for chronic hepatitis
- Genes associated with alcohol hepatitis
- Potential agents for the treatment of NAFLD
- Pathogenetic pathway & pharmacological targets for therapy of NASH