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Liver transplant outcomes improve in people with HIV and hepatitis C

Survival after a liver transplant has improved significantly in people with HIV and hepatitis C coinfection since the introduction of direct-acting antiviral treatment for hepatitis C, US researchers report in the journal Transplantation Direct. Due to faster progression of liver damage in people coinfected with HIV and hepatitis C, people with both viruses are especially… Read More »

Diet for people with liver damage

Interviewer: You’ve been diagnosed with liver disease. How is that going to affect your diet? We’ll talk about that next on The Scope. Announcer: Medical news and research from University of Utah physicians and specialists you can use for a happier and healthier life. You’re listening to The Scope. Interviewer: After you’ve been diagnosed with… Read More »

Liver detox diet grocery list

In this post, I talk about why our liver is so important and how to give it the love and support it deserves. We will look at some of the best foods for your liver, including the vitamins and supplements it needs to function at its best. I also share a simple liver detox juice… Read More »

Diet for a liver cancer patient

Iron, hemochromatosis, and hepatocellular carcinoma. Red meat contains high amounts of bioavailable heme iron while reactive oxygen species are being formed when iron undergoes reduction. The liver has the ability to regenerate which in the case of cancer results in the development of cancer cells. New Patients and Healthcare Professionals can submit an online form… Read More »