Liver Diseases (NASH and NAFLD)
NASH (Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis) is a liver disease affecting millions of patients worldwide and is a severe progression of the more common NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease), an excess of fat on the liver. NASH and NAFLD occur in the absence of high alcohol intake, making it different than liver disease caused by excessive alcoholic consumption. It is believed that 20-30% of the general population in Ireland has NAFLD and it is estimated that up to 70% of Type 2 Diabetes patients may also have the disease. Of those patients with NAFLD, it is estimated 20% will develop NASH.
Register your interest below for our Liver Diseases (NASH and NAFLD) study
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- Register your interest in the GMI genomics study in NASH and NAFLD
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