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Over 100 cyclists came together to pledge for ‘I Let My Liver Live’

Over 100 cyclists came together to pledge for 'I Let My Liver Live'

Over 100 cyclists came together to pledge for ‘I Let My Liver Live’ Myntra EORS 16 kicks off from June 11! Check out curtain-raiser deals,…

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Over 100 cyclists came together to pledge for ‘I Let My Liver Live’

Myntra EORS 16 kicks off from June 11! Check out curtain-raiser deals, and start wishlisting your favourite brands now

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COVID-19 affected the lives of all of us and to a certain extent affected our lifestyles too. Sedentary lifestyles, coupled with factors that affected the mental health of people led to lifestyle and eating disorders causing multiple complications in health and a rise in lifestyle diseases. Over 33 per cent of the population in our own country suffers from fatty liver. According to Clinical Liver Disease , a multimedia review journal published in January 2022 states that liver cirrhosis and its complications with chronic liver diseases (CLDs) have been the major cause of mortality in India. On account of the rising number of patients being affected due to fatty liver and diseases related to liver, Global Hospital Parel joined hands with 100+ cyclists for a campaign ‘I Let My Liver Live’.
Speaking on the campaign, Dr Gaurav Chaubal, Director – Liver, Pancreas, Intestine Transplant Program and HPB Surgery said, “COVID-19 has given a new perspective to the entire medical fraternity. We have realised with the progression in our lifestyles and adoption of western lifestyles, we have experienced cultural transitions and this has affected our entire ecosystem and our livelihood patterns. Junk food, work from […]

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