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Although it is not yet clear how obesity affects HCC incidence in relation to other risk factors, recent studies have suggested that obesity is independently related to liver cancer in patients with liver cirrhosis  and hepatitis C patients . Furthermore, in the United States, obesity has become a major cause of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) among adults and children. As NASH may progress to chronic active hepatitis, which is a common precursor to the development of HCC, it is anticipated that obesity may become a major cause of HCC in the United States.
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