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Chronic liver disease is characterized by chronic hepatitis B virus infections, alcohol use, and, as a result of metabolic syndrome's epidemic proportions, an increasing incidence of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis is among the leading causes of chronic liver disease. The aim of this study was to investigate DNA Cell cycle in HCC, Fibrosis patients, and compare with a healthy control group. While the Healthy control group 5. 6 million; 3. 36 comparing with the Healthy control group, 9. 75 &plus millionn; 5. 9; respectively compared with the Healthy control group's 5. 7 ± 5. 9; respectively. In addition, AFP and CEA were elevated in both HCC and Fibrosis patients compared to Control, in addition. A conclusion based on this research might help in the estimation of Liver damage, particularly HCC.
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