People with alcohol-related liver disease have a significantly higher risk of decompensation and liver-related deaths than people with other forms of chronic liver disease, research shows. A Western Australian study of about 11,000 patients with chronic liver disease between 2004 to 2015 identified hepatitis C, hepatitis B and NAFLD as more common causes of liver ...
Alcohol back in focus for liver outcomes
By Mardi Chapman
1 Aug 2019