What over the counter drugs damage the liver?

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13 Jun 2013

There are many drugs that can damage the liver. Almost any drug has to pass through the liver at some point. One of the most hepatotoxic (poison to the liver) drugs is acetaminophen. High doses of acetaminophen can destroy the liver.

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