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Extrahepatic cancer risk increases after HCV SVR

December 14, 2018

Viread label revision includes pediatric patients with chronic HBV

December 13, 2018
The FDA announced revisions to the Viread label to include use in pediatric patients aged 2 years to less than 12 years with chronic hepatitis B based on 48-week safety…
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FMT restores microbial diversity post-antibiotics in patients with cirrhosis

December 13, 2018
Fecal microbial transplant restored antibiotic-associated disruption in microbial diversity and function among a cohort of patients with advanced cirrhosis treated with…

Hepatitis C highlights from The Liver Meeting 2018

December 12, 2018
This year at The Liver Meeting, data presented on hepatitis C treatment highlighted continued significantly positive outcomes from direct-acting antiviral therapy…
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Sovaldi-based HCV therapy safe for patients with cancer, linked to NHL remission

December 12, 2018
Sovaldi-based therapy was safe and effective in as short as 8 weeks for treating hepatitis C in patients with cancer and may induce remission of non-Hodgkin’s…
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CME

Cirrhosis and Hepatic Encephalopathy – Managing Their Consequences and Complications

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Salix Pharmaceuticals, a division of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC.

Cirrhosis, or advanced fibrosis of the liver, can lead to serious health sequelae or death. However, substantial…
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Question 20: A 58-Year-Old Female Underwent A Screening Colonoscopy That Showed A 2.5-Cm Flat Polyp In The Proximal Ascending Colon. I Tattooed The Area And Biopsied The Polyp, Which Was Initially Reported As Hyperplastic. What Should I Do?

From Curbside Consultation in Endoscopy: 49 Clinical Questions, Second Edition
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International Liver Congress

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VIDEO: Albireo CEO discusses cholestatic therapy pipeline

November 20, 2018
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