We have a cirrhosis support group online for anyone who needs it.
Our homepage is at http://www.expage.com/cirrhosis
Our messageboard is at http://forums.delphiforums.com/liverfailure/messages
The messageboard is through Delphi. The easiest way to navigate the board is:
scroll down the column on the left side of your screen, and click on any (purple) topic that interests you.
That will make a list of posts about that topic appear.
(Click on any that interest you).
In order to post a message on the board, you have to create a nickname and password.
We cover subjects like:
Cirrhosis, ascites, portal hypertension, varices, shunts, hemochromatosis, autoimmune hepatitis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, liver tumors, liver cancer, transplants, living donor transplants, medications and lab tests.
Besides the mesageboard, we also have a live chat every Tuesday night. 8 PM Central Time, 9 PM Eastern Standard Time.
If you need help or support with any of these subjects, you are welcome to visit.
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