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Liver fibrosis and cirrhosis early diagnosis with ‘traffic light’ test could help prevent liver disease

Liver fibrosis and cirrhosis diagnosed early on with ‘traffic light’ test could help prevent liver disease. Liver disease is often symptomless, and many patients don’t even realize they have the condition until it has progressed to more advanced stages. A … The post Liver fibrosis and cirrhosis early diagnosis with ‘traffic light’ test could help prevent liver disease appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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