When drugs damage the liver– New podcast out now

Communications / 05 February 2024

The liver, responsible for drug metabolism in the body, is also most at risk of damage due to medicines. Unravel the complexities of DILI and its impact on medication safety.


When it comes to our health, the liver plays a crucial role in processing and detoxifying substances, including medications. However, it can also be badly damaged by medicines and their compounds, resulting in drug-induced liver injury (DILI). In the latest episode of Drug Safety Matters, Rita Baião from the North Lisbon University Hospital Center discusses the complexities of DILI, who is most at risk of developing it, and the proactive measures taken during drug development to mitigate damage.

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