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A South American amphibian could potentially hold the key in curing cirrhosis

(University of Surrey) The unique liver function of a South American amphibian, Siphonops annulatus, could pave the way to finding a cure to the devastating liver condition cirrhosis, a new study published in the prestigious Journal of Anatomy reports.
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