One in four people have some form of fatty liver disease, a condition that can be deadly but is often undiagnosed. 🤯
And what's more, this silent killer could be threatening more people by denying potential organ donation. While there's a critical shortage of transplantable livers, the fatty livers themselves cannot usually be used for transplant into others.
That might be about to change. Emma Keeling joins Oxford-based start-up Ochre Bio, which is using genomic medicines to switch off the fat-causing genes – so the livers can be donated.
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