About two-thirds of people who are overweight, obese, or have type 2 diabetes may accumulate too much fat in their liver, which can cause long term damage that leads to cirrhosis. The purpose of this study is to learn whether you have too much fat in your liver, and offer a potential treatment if you do.

If you are interested in learning more about this study, and you believe that you fulfill the below inclusion/exclusion criteria, please leave us your contact information, and somebody from our team will contact you shortly.

You MAY qualify for the study if:
- You are between 21-75 years old,
- You are overweight or obese.

You will NOT qualify for the study if you have any of the following:
- Type 1 diabetes, or
- Drink too much alcohol (more than 3 drinks per day), or
- Hepatitis B or C

If you do not have any of the above, please complete the below survey if interested, and one of our study coordinators will contact you by phone or email.

Completing this contact information does NOT obligate you to participate in the study or guarantee your participation. There may be no direct benefit to you for completing this contact information. Completing this information is voluntary. Your responses are kept confidential to the extent allowed by law. This survey is on the University of Florida web-based tool called REDCap. REDCap has features to help keep your information secure. However, as with anything involving the Internet, we can never guarantee the complete confidentiality of the information.
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