I thought I'd share this. This is a comment that someone named Lisa, has spoken of on the recent Futurelearn Liver course:
"In France, alcohol is the major cause of liver disease. I just read an article suggesting that liver function be monitored to the same degree as cholesterol".
It should make for an interesting debate, but why can't we have this over here in the UK. I really think early diagnosis is so important, and would prove more cost effective on the NHS in the long run. I'l like to hear others view on this. This of course doesn't have to be about alcohol, but anyone who presents certain symptoms.