Autoimmune liver disease requires lifelong monitoring as presentation may change

SAN ANTONIO — At this year’s National Liver Congress, Gideon M. Hirschfield, MD, presented real-life cases of patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis along with an overview of how autoimmune liver disease may change over time from initial presentation.“When it comes to PSC, what I want you to think about are the four C’s of the disease, which the patient fears and we fear: cholangitis, cirrhosis, colitis, and — the topic of conversation no one wants have, but we need to talk about — cancer,” Hirschfield, from the Toronto Center for Liver DiseaseRead More

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