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Title: Coffee intake is associated with lower rates of liver disease progression in chronic hepatitis C.
Authors: Freedman ND,  Everhart JE,  Lindsay KL,  Ghany MG,  Curto TM,  Shiffman ML,  Lee WM,  Lok AS,  Di Bisceglie AM,  Bonkovsky HL,  Hoefs JC,  Dienstag JL,  Morishima C,  Abnet CC,  Sinha R,  HALT-C Trial Group,  Szabo G,  Banner BF,  Cormier M,  Giansiracusa D,  Kelley M,  Bacon B,  Neuschwander-Tetri B,  Brunt EM,  King D,  Chung RT,  Reid AE,  Bhan AK,  Molchen WA,  Everson GT,  Nash SR,  DeSanto J,  McKinley C,  Morgan TR,  Craig JR,  Jamal MM,  Sheikh M,  Park C,  Rogers TE,  Shelton J,  Crowder N,  Elbein R,  Liston N,  Govindarajan S,  Jones CB,  Milstein SL,  Fontana RJ,  Greenson JK,  Richtmyer PA,  Bonham RT,  Sterling RK,  Contos MJ,  Mills AS,  Hofmann C,  Smith P,  Liang TJ,  Kleiner D,  Park Y,  Rivera E,  Haynes-Williams V,  Seeff LB,  Robuck PR,  Hoofnagle JH,  Wright EC,  Gretch DR,  Chung Apodaca M,  Shankar R,  Snow KK,  Stoddard AM,  Bell MC,  Goodman ZD,  Garcia-Tsao G,  Kutner M,  Lemon SM,  Perrillo RP
Journal: Hepatology 50(5):1360-9
Date: 2009 Nov
Branches: NEB
PubMedID: 19676128

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