Hepatologist concern over rise in chronic liver disease admissions

The number of people being admitted to hospitals with chronic liver disease is increasing, indicating a potential failure in public health that will translate into increased healthcare costs. A study of admissions data from all public and private hospitals in Queensland showed hospitalisation rates for cirrhosis had increased from 8.50/10,000 in 2008 to 11.21 /10,000 ...

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