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Publication Date: 21 Mar 2013
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 144
Author: Mark Greener
ISBN-13: 9781847092427, 9781847092434

Coping with Liver Disease

By Mark Greener
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Summary
Liver disease is the leading cause of death after heart, cancer, stroke and respiratory disease, and kills more people than diabetes and road deaths combined. But, there is hope. The liver is a uniquely regenerative organ, and some European countries have dramatically cut liver disease in recent years. This book looks at lifestyle factors and medical interventions that can help.
About the Author
Mark Greener is an award-winning medical bioscience writer and journalist. He is clinical editor of Pharmacy Magazine, and author of 11 health books. He is based in Cambridge.