There have been major advances in the diagnosis and management of all forms of liver disease since the British Society of Gastroenterology first came into existence 75 years ago. In this review some of the exciting developments that are likely to enter into routine clinical practice over the next 5 years are highlighted. It is suggested that some critical changes need to take place in UK hepatology over the next decade to ensure that the management of liver disease in this country continues to be among the best in the world.
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