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It’s beyond insane that in spite of everything I’ve learned, I still got COVID-19. Please read everything to see what else I discovered.
For Black people, insurance access, travel distance and a lack of knowledge about options contribute to transplant waiting list disparities.
The link between COVID-19 and liver disease, along with research about NAFLD and NASH, topped the Hep treatment news this year.
After my liver transplant, being best friends with liver disease patients continues to be a huge part of my life.
No significant links were found between liver stiffness prior to antiviral treatment and cirrhosis, liver cancer or transplants or death.
Many people with fatty liver disease have obesity, diabetes and other metabolic conditions.
People with advanced liver cirrhosis are at greater risk for severe COVID-19 illness and death.
Body size differences were responsible for almost 20% of the sex disparity.
The profile of chronic liver disease has changed due to obesity trends and advances in the treatment of hepatitis C.
It was natural for me to remain physically active before and after my liver transplant.
If you have liver disease or any immune compromising condition, you are at risk of becoming sick from virus, flu and other infection.
People without hep C can receive a hep C–positive liver and then clear the virus through treatment.
Especially from people who might have been considered a risk for transmitting HIV and hepatitis B and C
I’ve learned how to enjoy the sun and avoid the miserable skin issues.
Learning from other Hep C patients experience helps decrease the stress of the unknown with Hep C, treatment or liver transplant.
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