Q&A With Craig Lammert From Indiana University Health: Autoimmune Hepatitis: a Rare Condition With Serious Consequences

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Autoimmune hepatitis has only been known in its current form for around 20 years meaning there is still much to be learned about the condition.

Autoimmune hepatitis has only been known in its current form for around 20 years meaning there is still much to be learned about the condition.

Craig S. Lammert, MD, from the Indiana University Health System discussed the condition and what it can mean in a patient's life. Lammert said the condition is affected by not only a patient's genes but also environmental stress. Lammert said inflammation can cause fibrosis progression and can end with a liver transplant or even death.

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