Q&A With David Reich From Hahnemann University Hospital: ELAD System Shows Promise For Artificial Liver Function

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In the past patients with alcoholic liver disease may not have been considered viable options for liver transplants. A recent study looked at whether an artificial device could help these patients return to a normal quality of life.

In the past patients with alcoholic liver disease may not have been considered viable options for liver transplants. A recent study looked at whether an artificial device could help these patients return to a normal quality of life.

David J. Reich, MD, from Hahnemann University Hospital discussed the results of the study which were presented at the annual Liver Meeting in San Francisco.

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