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Anti viral drugs for liver transplant patient?
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dartmouthave posted:
Does anyone know of an anti-viral drug for a liver transplant patient?
Help greatly appreciated.
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Lainey_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi dartmouthave,

WebMD has some information about organ transplant medications.http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/organ-transplant-after-the-transplant You should consult your PCP before taking any anti-viral medication.
 
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MrsCora01 responded:
The transplant center is typically in charge of anti-virals and when/how often/how much they are taken. Is this a recent transplant or has some sort of virus recently been detected. There are several good anti virals out there and I suspect that most centers have their favorites.

Cora


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