Monday, October 23, 2017

Cirrhosis (Liver Disease) Overview

When liver cells die, your body normally replaces them. But if your liver has had to contend with years of alcohol or drug abuse, hepatitis B or C, or long-term exposure to noxious occupational chemicals, your liver cells stop regenerating, and scar tissue and fatty deposits form instead and spread. That’s cirrhosis. As it progresses, […]

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