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Addressing Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease and Sobriety Pathways

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    In patients with chronic live disease, consuming alcohol could contribute to progressive liver damage and a variety of cancers. So alcohol consumption should not be a regular occurrence for those who have underlying chronic liver disease. And approximately four percent of patients with alcohol use disorder are referred at early stages for intervention compared to other liver diseases. To learn more, join Dr. Peter Buch to hear insights from Dr. Paul Kwo, Professor of Medicine and the Director of Hepatology at Stanford University.

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    In patients with chronic live disease, consuming alcohol could contribute to progressive liver damage and a variety of cancers. So alcohol consumption should not be a regular occurrence for those who have underlying chronic liver disease. And approximately four percent of patients with alcohol use disorder are referred at early stages for intervention compared to other liver diseases. To learn more, join Dr. Peter Buch to hear insights from Dr. Paul Kwo, Professor of Medicine and the Director of Hepatology at Stanford University.

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Schedule14 Apr 2024