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Primary sclerosing cholangitis
Living donor liver transplantation (credentials pending 2015)
Mary Jo Perkins came down with a dose of what she thought was the flu that just wouldn’t go away. A trip to UK hospital, then the bombshell. Not only was Mary Jo's liver in terrible shape, she needed a transplant. However, being put on a donor list usually means a wait lasting weeks, months, or even years. Read more.
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