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Alcohol Related Disease

This report presents data on liver disease in the North West of England, describing the burden by age, sex, deprivation and geography. It explores routinely available data for the main causes of liver disease; alcohol, hepatitis B and C and fatty liver disease. It will be a useful resource for Directors of Public Health, health and wellbeing boards, commissioners and providers of services and others involved in liver disease. The data is commonly shown at a local authority level, when it is available.

This report presents key facts about deaths from liver disease in England. It highlights differences in place and cause of death by age, sex and deprivation. It is aimed at
commissioners and providers of end of life care, clinicians caring for patients with liver disease, and others concerned with providing quality end of life care for this patient group, including patients themselves and their carers.

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