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Author Topic: Intervention Can Reduce Alcohol Use Among People With Hepatitis C  (Read 605 times)

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A group of people with hepatitis C virus (HCV) responded well to an intervention meant to reduce their alcohol use in a recent randomized study.

Because alcohol can exacerbate the liver damage caused by the virus, experts recommend that people with hep C drink no alcohol, or at least cut down as much as possible.

Publishing their findings in the journal Hepatology, a research team led by Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell, PhD, of the Duke Global Health Institute in North Carolina, recruited 181 people with HCV between October 2014 and September 2017.

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