Tag Archives: Liver

My liver – fish or cut bait

Once I discovered the existence of age cutoffs for liver transplants, I was faced with a dilemma.  My ongoing care is currently at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville where every six months I get blood work and an MRI, with … Continue reading

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Farewell hepatitis, hello ESLD

Those who read my earlier blogs about  hepatitis C may remember that after some struggles I enrolled in a clinical trial which successfully wiped out the virus.  My trial involved an experimental combination of drugs formulated by Bristol Myers,  and … Continue reading

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Welcome to the C Shore

Of course, there were still a few loose ends for the Bristol Myers trial. I had to run over to my ophthalmologist’s office to retrieve a form he had signed back when I was considering the standard of care treatment … Continue reading

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