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ARTICLE: LIVER

Obesity, Diabetes, Coffee, Tea, and Cannabis Use Alter Risk for Alcohol-Related Cirrhosis in 2 Large Cohorts of High-Risk Drinkers

Whitfield, John B. PhD, FRCPath1; Masson, Steven FRCP2; Liangpunsakul, Suthat MD3; Mueller, Sebastian MD, PhD4; Aithal, Guruprasad P. PhD, FRCP5; Eyer, Florian MD6; Gleeson, Dermot MD, FRCP7; Thompson, Andrew PhD8; Stickel, Felix MD, PhD9; Soyka, Michael MD10,11; Muellhaupt, Beat MD9; Daly, Ann K. PhD2; Cordell, Heather J. DPhil12; Foroud, Tatiana PhD13; Lumeng, Lawrence MD3,14; Pirmohamed, Munir PhD, FRCP8; Nalpas, Bertrand MD, PhD15,16; Jacquet, Jean-Marc MD15; Moirand, Romain MD, PhD17; Nahon, Pierre MD, PhD18,19,20; Naveau, Sylvie MD21; Perney, Pascal MD, PhD22; Haber, Paul S. MD, PhD23,24; Seitz, Helmut K. MD4; Day, Christopher P. MD, PhD25; Mathurin, Philippe MD, PhD26; Morgan, Timothy R. MD27,28; Seth, Devanshi PhD23,24,29; for the GenomALC Consortium

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The American Journal of Gastroenterology: January 2021 - Volume 116 - Issue 1 - p 106-115
doi: 10.14309/ajg.0000000000000833
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