Q&A With Craig Lammert From Indiana University Health: Autoimmune Hepatitis Treatment Slowly Moving Forward

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As more awareness is being raised about autoimmune hepatitis more can be done to help the patients with the condition. While it may be a slow moving process doctors are encouraged that their patients are receiving the help they need.

As more awareness is being raised about autoimmune hepatitis more can be done to help the patients with the condition. While it may be a slow moving process doctors are encouraged that their patients are receiving the help they need.

Craig S. Lammert, MD, from the Indiana University Health System discussed what it will take to continue to grow understanding of the condition. Lammert said while the condition has mostly been "stagnant," in recent years there are methods in place that could help move the discussion and learning forward.

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