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    Hi, I’ve (at least temporarily) hidden this from the homepage for readers, although logged in users can still see it. Let’s discuss it.

    WikiTribune is the place for well-sourced, neutral news. This, at least initially, reads like advocacy. Also, we don’t use language like “I explain why” because EVERYTHING at WikiTribune is written collaboratively – no one “owns” an article.

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      Fatty liver diseases (NAFLD and NASH) are clinical and global crisis due to over consumption of high-fat, high-sugar, high-salt (i.e. western diet) based diet. In addition, the lack of physical activity has exacerbated the clinical burden. It is estimated that fatty liver diseases would surpass HCV infection as the leading cause of liver transplant in the US beginning 2020. Fat has become the underlying trigger for fatty liver diseases. My very brief article is an introduction to this clinical issue and the important role played by biopharmas in their search for effective therapeutics.

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        Additionally: Up to now, the (only) reference you are linking to is your own website. This again raises the question of neutrality.
        Moreover, in your website, I even can’t find the facts you are reporting in the article. As far as I have discovered, there is only one page accessible, presenting and inviting to your “marketplace”. Thus, there is still missing a source for your news.

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