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Why can't I get a liver transplant?
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rico1950 posted:
I am a 62 year old vet fram the Viet Nam era who has never drank or smokeed or used drugs, nevertheless, my liver is completely none functional. As a retired Police Officer I am very athletic. The only exposure to any chemicles has been to agent orange. About 2 years ago I had a major operation for a complete blood transfusion at the Veterans Hospital in San Diego. Sense than, I have had 2 additional major relapses with my last, sending me through a two day comma. I am not on any list for liver transplant and I don't know what to do. Can anyone help, someone who has defended this county both in war time and at home.
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keenie7 responded:
Not on any list at all? Or just lower so having to wait long? Because I know that children are higher on the list.
 
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An_253156 responded:
Hi @rico1950... We assist patients who have same issues as with you. Please email as for more info. medicservices2013@gmail.com
 
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fleeback responded:
What is your MELD score?


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