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Alcohol and Your Liver

Alcohol and Your LiverMost people know that alcohol abuse can cause liver damage. But what exactly does alcohol do to your liver? And how much alcohol puts you at risk? Join our panel of experts as they discuss the ins and outs of alcoholic liver disease.

Keywords: Alcohol, liver disease, liver, health, alcoholic, drinks, beer, wine, spirits, liquor, whiskey, vodka, cirrhosis, scarring of liver, information, disease, prevention, symptoms, hepatitis, treatment.

A Transplant Recipient's Story

A Transplant Recipient's StoryAfter years of suffering from a progressive gastrointestinal disease, David Pearl reached a point where his life depended on a liver transplant. He waited and waited... and finally the call came. Join us as he shares his remarkable story of survival and renewal, and discusses the emotional challenge of receiving the gift of life from another person's tragedy.

Keywords: Liver transplant, story, patient experience, bleeding, varices.

Liver Transplant Challenges

Liver Transplant ChallengesLiver transplants are the last source of hope for many patients with advanced liver disease. But not all patients are eligible for transplants, and those who are often have to suffer through an extended waiting period. Join us as we talk to an expert surgeon about the many risks and complications involved in this life-saving procedure.

Keywords: Liver Transplantation,Liver, Transplantation

Liver Transplants

Liver TransplantsOrgan transplants have always represented the cutting edge of medicine. And where ten years ago we worried about the procedure itself, today we worry primarily about organ availability. Liver transplantation has proven to be one of the most successful organ transplant procedures. Join us for a conversation about this important procedure. Where it has been, and where it is going.

Keywords: liver transplantation, liver failure, organ donation, organ list, cirrhosis, immune suppression therapy

Hepatitis Overview

Hepatitis OverviewMany people with viral hepatitis don't know they are infected. Listen as experts discuss who should be tested and review the causes, prevention and treatment of the various types of hepatitis.

Keywords: Liver, hepatitis, viral hepatitis, hepatitis A, (HAV), hepatitis B, (HBV), hepatitis C, (HCV), inflammation, nausea, fever, vomiting, jaundice, cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver failure, acute, chronic, infection, IV drug users, sexual contact, blood, transfusions, tattoos, body piercing, vaccine, standard interferon, interferon, ribavirin, pegylated interferons, lamivudine, epivir, adefovir, hepsera

Hepatitis C Overview

Hepatitis C OverviewHepatitis C is called a silent epidemic because many people are unaware they carry this virus of the liver. But experts say hepatitis C is a public health threat on par with HIV.

Keywords: Hepatitis C, HCV, blood, body fluids, sexual intercourse, IV drug use, needles, inflammation, nausea, fever, vomiting, jaundice, cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver failure, acute, chronic, infection, sexual contact, vaccine, standard interferon, interferon, ribavirin, interferons, combination therapy, blood transfusions, liver transplant

Hepatitis B Overview

Hepatitis B OverviewHepatitis B is a viral infection of the liver often spread through sexual contact. But people are usually unaware they carry the virus. Find out if you are at risk for hepatitis B.

Keywords: Hepatitis B, (HBV), blood, body fluids, sexual intercourse, IV drug use, razors, toothbrushes, needles, inflammation, nausea, fever, vomiting, jaundice, cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver failure, acute, chronic, infection, sexual contact, vaccine, standard interferon, interferon, pegylated interferons, lamivudine, epivir, asian population, Pegasys, Intron, Hepsera, Adefovir

HIV Medicine and Liver Health

HIV Medicine and Liver HealthLiver problems may be difficult to avoid when taking HIV medicines. But most problems are relatively mild and do not prevent people with HIV from continuing treatment. Learn more about liver damage associated with HIV treatment, and ways that doctors can help minimize the risk of serious problems.

Keywords: HIV, AIDS, human immunodeficiency syndrome, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, liver, side effects, liver damage, transaminases, AST, ALT, alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase, bilirubin, albumin, prothrombin time, PT, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, jaundice, yellowing of the eyes, liver inflammation, NRTIs, nuceloside analogs, nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors, NNRTIs, nonnucleosides, nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors, protease inhibitors, PIs, hyperbilirubinemia, hepatitis C, hepatitis

Treating Neuropathy

Treating NeuropathyTreating nerve damage from diabetes requires a two-pronged approach: controlling blood sugar and alleviating the pain caused by peripheral neuropathy. Learn about the latest therapies.

Keywords: Diabetes, peripheral, neuropathy, nerve, nerve damage, brain, spinal cord, hands, fingers, arms, legs, toes, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, pain, burning, tingling, pins and needles, loss of sensation, anathesia, paresthesia, polyneuropathy, HIV, AIDS, liver disease, kidney disease, shingles, vitamin deficiencies, foot ulcers, joint pain, blood pressure, dizziness, fainting, infection, gangrenous, amputation, glucose, blood sugar, hemoglobin A1C, over-the-counter, analgesics, ibuprofen, naproxen, tricyclic antidepressants, amitriptyline, Elavil, desipramine, Norparim, nortriptyline, Pamelor, Aventyl, antiseizure drugs, anticonvulsants, carbamazapine, Tegretol, phenytoin, Dilantin, gabapentin, Neurontin, opiods, duloxetine, Cymbalta, pregabaline, Lyrica, Topical ointments, Lidocaine, Capsaicin, orthotics, wrist supports, socks, shoes, feet

Diabetes on Your Nerves

Diabetes on Your NervesAlmost half of all people with diabetes experience some form of nerve damage, which can develop into a complication known as peripheral neuropathy. What causes this condition, and how do you recognize the symptoms? Listen to leading experts explain.

Keywords: Diabetes, peripheral, neuropathy, nerve, nerve damage, brain, spinal cord, hands, fingers, arms, legs, toes, central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, pain, burning, tingling, pins and needles, loss of sensation, anathesia, paresthesia, polyneuropathy, HIV, AIDS, liver disease, kidney disease, shingles, vitamin deficiencies, irritability, mood change, lack of concentration, depression, foot ulcers, joint pain, blood pressure, dizziness, fainting, infection, gangrenous, amputation, glucose, blood sugar, blood tests, nerve conduction study, physical exam, history, exercise.

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