80% of 9/11 first responders present with toxin-associated fatty liver

First responders and those who worked at the site of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centers in New York City showed a prevalence of fatty liver at a four times greater occurrence than the general population, according to an expert presenting data during a press conference in advance of Digestive Diseases Week data publication.“9/11 first responders need to be particularly concerned about fatty liver disease and they must be examined more closely for it,” Mishal Reja, MD, resident physician in internal medicine at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick,Read More

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