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What does liver do to medicine?
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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Metabolize it!
Most medications are significantly metabolized by the liver: some to inactive compounds, and in some cases, the medication is inactive and turned into the active form of the drug.
And in some cases, ;little is done to the drug, and it is excreted fecally or in urine.

In brief: Metabolize it!
Most medications are significantly metabolized by the liver: some to inactive compounds, and in some cases, the medication is inactive and turned into the active form of the drug.
And in some cases, ;little is done to the drug, and it is excreted fecally or in urine.
Dr. Thomas Namey
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