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At Intercept, our work is motivated by our desire to help patients and families who struggle with chronic liver diseases and need better treatment options.

Glossary

Alkaline phosphatase (ALP): One of several chemicals in the body that can be used to diagnose primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) and track the progression of the disease.
Antimitochondrial antibodies (AMAs): A chemical in the body that can be used to diagnose PBC.
Autoimmune disease: A condition in which the body attacks a part of itself.
Bile duct: A tube-like structure in the liver that transports bile to the small intestine to help with digestion.
Cirrhosis: Severe scarring of the liver.
Fibrosis: Excess connective tissue in an organ that can lead to damage.
Jaundice: The yellow appearance of the skin and eyes that can be caused by liver failure.
Pruritus: Itching of the skin, a common symptom of PBC.

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