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Drinking Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of Death from Cirrhosis

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/275028.php

Drinking 2 or more cups of coffee per day lowers risks of liver cirrhosis, but not HepB-caused cirrhosis. Too bad, I will still drink 1-2 cups a day :)
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that is not the scientific article so all data is reported in a shi* way

it is obvious that if hbv is not undetectable you won t have any benefit from this and that researcher was talking about this

but if hbvdna is undetectable it will be no difference with other people to regress cirrhosis and it will regress even with no coffee by 5 years of hbvdna und...

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is regression of cirrhosis really possible stef? or is it just a motivation?
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I see. Thanks for the clarification, Stef! That makes sense.
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of course is you can see my regressed cirrhosis through the posts from 2010 to about 2011, 1.5years
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I could not find the post link about your experience, could you share ?
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its the old board just go back to 2010-2011 posts
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i mean it is in my posts in the board in the 2010-2011 period when i had heptech-gcmaf and healthy diet plus of course antivirals
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