Pulmonary Hypertension and Liver Disease: What’s the Link Between Them?

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Is there an explanation for the association of pulmonary arterial hypertension with intravenous drug use or chronic liver disease? Does the risk of developing PAH increases with IV drug use? impactID.com clears up doubt with this short interview with Dr. Harrison Farber, where some of the potential causes of PAH are discussed, as well as the influence of intravenous drug and chronic liver disease.

Harrison W. Farber, MD, is the director of Pulmonary Hypertension Center Boston University/Boston Medical Center. Learn more about him: http://bit.ly/1Skf7Ni

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