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Liver cancer

 New comment on your post:Liver cancer is mostly common in males than females. It is quiet hereditary. Smoking is one of the major cause of liver cancer. Drinking alcohol is also a major cause of developing liver cancer. People with diabetes have highest risk of developing liver cancer. This is a very serious disease and there are many signs and symptoms and if properly detected can be treated as there are very low survival rates.....

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Hepatitis E

This virus , which causes enteric non-A, non-B hepatitis, seems to be related to the Caliciviruses but its classification is undecided since the genome organization is not the same as that of the Caliciviridae. 

In sequence, HEV is more similar to rubella which is a Togavirus than to any Calicivirus. HEV is a small (approximately 34nm), round, icosahedral, positive strand RNA virus that does not have an envelope. It has a rather smooth surface but not as smooth a HAV. The genome has a poly A tract and is capped at the 5’ end. There are three open reading frames that overlap; each is in a different coding frame. Based on sequence motifs, open reading frame 1 (ORF1) appears to have several enzymic activities. These may be involved in RNA capping, proteolysis and an RNA-dependent RNA polymerase activity. 

ORF2 is the structural protein and may be glycosylated. It appears to have a signal sequence suggesting that its encoded protein may enter the endoplasmic reticulum. The third ORF codes for a phosphoprotein of unknown function that interacts with the host cell’s cytoskeleton. Not much is known about HEV replication but it is likely that the positive strand RNA is copied to a negative strand intermediate by a viral polymerase.

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Fat in the liver...

For years, scientists have warned people that having an apple-shaped figure or a beer belly is a health risk.
They said people with wide girths are more likely to have visceral or intra-abdominal fat, which increases their risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and some types of cancer.
But new research presented Sunday at the annual meeting of the Obesity Society shows that belly fat may not be the biggest bad guy behind some of the medical issues. "Fat in the liver is a more important indicator of health problems," says Samuel Klein, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Klein and colleagues recruited 31 obese men and women and looked at their visceral fat, which surrounds the organs in the belly, and their liver fat. Some people had high amounts of liver fat; others had normal amounts.
 A normal liver contains 5% fat or less, but a severe fatty liver may contain up to 50%, Klein says. The latter is referred to as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Using several different medical tests, the researchers found that people with fatty livers:
•Make more triglycerides, which are released from the liver into their bloodstream and can increase the risk of heart disease.
•Are more likely to be resistant to the action of their own insulin, meaning their bodies don't regulate blood sugar properly, which can lead to type 2 diabetes, Klein says.
 Over time, high sugar levels damage large and small blood vessels, leading to heart disease, stroke, nerve damage, amputations, blindness and kidney disease.
"We do not yet know whether the liver fat is causing these health problems or is simply a very good indicator of health risk," he says. "Even though it looks like visceral fat itself might not cause harm, it is often high in people with increased liver fat."
About 30% of adults and a third of overweight children and adolescents have too much liver fat, he says. If you are obese, 30 or more pounds over a healthy weight, you are at a higher risk of having non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The bottom line: If you're too heavy, it's a good idea to trim down, he says. A weight loss of as little as 2% to 5% can cause a marked reduction in liver fat.
In a related study, Elisa Fabbrini of Washington University School of Medicine found that severely obese people who lost weight after gastric bypass surgery significantly lowered the fat in the liver.
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Aloe vera

Aloe Vera????..The National Institutes of Health is concerned that chronic high-dose ingestion of aloe vera may induce liver inflammation. Limited scientific evidence exists for the use of aloe to treat disease.... Cases of acute hepatitis have been reported after as little as four weeks of aloe ingestion. Tell your doctor about everything you take, including herbal supplements......?

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