Liver Transplant

Aidan D.
June 2, 2022

Within hours, Heather and Jeff received the shocking news from doctors: Aidan was in “acute liver failure”.

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Michael Kerr
October 18, 2021

My liver was in trouble. I learned that the ducts from the liver that deliver bile to the intestines had become damaged. There was a good possibility my liver would eventually fail.

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Brian B.
June 5, 2021

I had difficulty with my memory and I began to experience loss of appetite, lethargy and difficulty concentrating. All the symptoms that I know now to be of liver failure.

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Jay B.
January 5, 2021

Never would have thought I would have liver disease. I began my journey with liver disease in 2011 and despite ongoing treatments and medication, I ended up being hospitalized in May of 2012.

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Pam S.
January 5, 2021

After a battery of tests, she learned from her Mayo Clinic team that she needed a liver transplant, a message that stunned her, given her history of excellent health.

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Julie D.
November 4, 2020

Julie donated 65% of her liver to a stranger. After looking into living donation, Julie came to find that many transplant centers did not do altruistic liver donations.

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Dan M.
October 21, 2020

A medical team at New York Columbia Presbyterian Hospital conducted its first living donor liver transplant surgery on Kevin, my younger brother. I was the living donor.

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Bel K.
May 20, 2020

Some of you may already know, today I embark on my most testing journey ever taken, the process of getting placed on the USA organ transplant list – I need a liver.

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Becky B.
May 20, 2020

I’m Becky and I was diagnosed with NASH and was put on the transplant list in 2011. Later in my journey I was officially diagnosed with Cryptogenic Cirrhosis.

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Andrea B.
May 20, 2020

I walked in my first Liver Life Walk just 6 weeks post-transplant. I was diagnosed with liver disease in February of 2010, after being sick for about 2 years.

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David B.
May 20, 2020

For every liver transplant, there are two stories. The story of the donor and the story of the recipient. Sometimes—not often—there is a third story.

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Dave B.
May 20, 2020

I went into surgery at about 225 lbs. and when I got home after rehabilitation I weighed 138 lbs. I worked with in home physical therapist and eventually start slowly going back to a health club.

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