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I always wanted to go to hear firsthand how I could continue to live with end-stage liver failure.
Fear, worry and doubt seem to be the common emotions we experience throughout hepatitis C and liver disease, but there is hope.
If you’ve been diagnosed with hepatitis C or liver disease, there are proactive ways to care for your liver to help it function better.
After my MRI last fall, I made the decision to come off of disability.
After Gerry Nealon died recently, I decided to a write a memorial to this man who so quietly helped so many people.
Follow up physician visits and tests after being cured from Hepatitis C treatment can be life saving.
Options can be walking regularly, light weight lifting, cycling, swimming, elliptical trainers, treadmill work, and interval training.
A concern most hepatitis C patients have after treatment is the possibility of Hep C coming back.
Hepatitis C patients have many obstacles to fight and deal with, one of the first and biggest is stigma, the danger of labels.
When I was going through my treatment for hepatitis C, my dogs wore invisible nurses caps and showered me daily with love.
When I need solace or solitude, I think of the arms of a tree where, as a child, I found safety in the shade of its large leaves.
The liver performs many functions and learning what to avoid with hepatitis C and liver disease is the first step in helping your liver.
A new progress report details the changes to hepatitis C treatment access in Medicaid programs.
One of the key steps in moving beyond sick n’ tired is evaluating facts. Evaluate what’s in your control and what’s not.
What do you want to know? Have you heard an opinion that leaves you feeling scared or anxious? A recent AASLD webinar offered answers.
Exploring facts and myths about hepatitis C transmission
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