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liver disease

Patient Story

‘You saved my life, man’

A Michigan State Police trooper in need of a new liver gets a living donor transplant—from a friend on the force.

CDC: Hepatitis A infections soaring

Drug abuse and homelessness create conditions that led to a jump in cases.

Patient Story

‘I’m just thankful she’s alive’

Kaitlin Frederick's first baby died. Red flags and skilled intervention saved her second baby's life.

Coffee may do your liver good

Coffee drinkers may be at lower risk for liver disease.

Lack of awareness may spur spread of hepatitis C

Many people don't know they are infected, largely because the disease is mostly symptomless and there is a lack of routine screening.

Our livers are screaming

'Stop eating so much sugar,' they seem to be telling us. If only we'd listen.

What your liver wants you to know

It has nothing to do with alcohol ... and everything to do with saturated fat.

Patient Story

The art of recovery

Expressive Arts program helps Tonya Babcock regain motion and memories.

Hepatitis B and C a ‘public health problem’

Vaccine for hepatitis B and drugs that cure hepatitis C infection are giving health officials new hope.

Soda pop impacts more than just waistlines

Drinking just one can a day can increase your risk for several chronic health problems. Find out why—and what you can do to halt your habit.

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