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We appreciate the interest and comments by Drs Jeng and Chu on our recent publication.1 We would like to acknowledge the results from the Taiwanese longitudinal study concerning the effect of fatty liver, obesity and type 2 diabetes on the risk of liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma in a large cohort of patients with or without chronic hepatitis B (CHB) or chronic hepatitis C. This evidence echoed the conclusion of the present study that metabolic risk factors increased the risk of liver cirrhosis in CHB.
We re-examined our data concerning the …
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