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Epidemiological evidence suggests that there is an inverse association between moderate coffee consumption and the risk of developing a range of liver diseases – cancer, fibrosis and cirrhosis. The evidence for an inverse association between coffee consumption and liver cancer has been recognised by IARC. However, it is not yet clear whether, and to what extent, caffeine is implicated in the reduced risk of developing these liver diseases.

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