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Produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1997, and entitled, Primary Causes of Chronic Liver Disease*, this image depicts a pie chart, which was based on public health statistics gathered in Jefferson County, Alabama. It outlines the various causes of liver disease, and includes • Hepatitis B virus and Alcohol (3%); • Hepatitis B virus (11%); • Hepatitis C virus (26%); • Hepatitis C virus and Alcohol (14%); • Alcohol (24%); • Unknown causes (17%); • Other causes (5%).
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ NCID
Creation Date:1997
Photo Credit:
CDC Organization
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