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Navigating nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Special issue of Gastroenterology serves as clinician’s roadmap to the rapidly changing developments in NAFLD treatment.

Bethesda, MD (May 19, 2020) — Gastroenterology, the official journal of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), has released a special issue providing clinicians and researchers an up-to-date resource on the risk factors, natural history, diagnosis and treatment of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

The articles published in Gastroenterology’s special issue, ”Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in 2020” acknowledge the ever-changing nature of NAFLD, outlining the latest developments that improve our understanding and care of patients with this condition.

View the full Gastroenterology special issue. To receive any of the full studies or to speak with the authors, email [email protected].

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### About the AGA Institute  The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) is the trusted voice of the GI community. Founded in 1897, AGA has grown to include more than 16,000 members from around the globe who are involved in all aspects of the science, practice and advancement of gastroenterology. Like AGA and Gastroenterology on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @AmerGastroAssn@AGA_Gastro Follow AGA on LinkedIn. Watch our videos on YouTube. About Gastroenterology  Gastroenterology, the official journal of the AGA Institute, is the most prominent scientific journal in the specialty and is in the top 1 percent of indexed medical journals internationally. The journal publishes clinical and basic science studies of all aspects of the digestive system, including the liver and pancreas, as well as nutrition. The journal is abstracted and indexed in Biological Abstracts, Current Awareness in Biological Sciences, Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents, Excerpta Medica, Index Medicus, Nutrition Abstracts and Science Citation Index. For more information, visit Contact: Courtney Reed [email protected] 301-272-0025

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