Over a period of one year have collectre a list of sites which have been informative and helpful pretx,on tx and post tx
here goes and hope medhelp does not mind
Bravo!!! Nice job. It's also a great list for people who are not newbies. I'd also add;
http://www.vrtx.com/ (Vertex may become as important as Merck or Sherring-Plough)
Hepatitis Magazine (Hmmmm link isn't working)
some "alternatives" sites perhaps for Milk Thistle or other vitamins and supplements.
Might also include - for those of us who are 'non-viral' Autoimmune Hepatitis -
The following link is a medical glossary that was posted under the "Community" along with a whole bunch!!! of acronyms. (Post is "Acronyms") Might want to check it out also. It defines a lot of the associated problems, diseases, etc.
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