Too much copper in the liver: Diagnosis and treatment options for Wilson disease

Too much copper in the liver: Diagnosis and treatment options for Wilson disease
The excessive copper leads to constant liver damage, which can then lead to liver cirrhosis (scarring), liver failure, liver cancer and death. Once the liver is saturated with copper, copper will overflow to other organs, such as the brain and eyes.

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