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Liver Transplantation: Controversy Over Eligibility For Alcoholics
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- When alcohol abstinence criteria create ethical dilemmas for the ... - ... alcoholic cirrhosis has been a controversial indication for transplant as these ...
While not categorically denying liver transplantation to those with alcoholic
cirrhosis .... out help, rather than hide, if the six month rule is not hanging over
their heads. ... transplant eligibility criterion (the “magic number”) is ethically
- Liver transplantation in alcoholic liver disease - UpToDate - Dec 4, 2013 ... After initial reluctance to transplant patients with alcoholic liver disease, it is now
... alcohol relapse after liver transplantation: results from 387 patients over 15
years. ... Controversies in patient selection for liver transplantation.
- Should Alcoholics Get Liver Transplants? - ABC News - Nov 10, 2011 ... Liver Transplant Can Give Some Alcoholics a Second Chance, Says French
Study ... "This is a truly controversial subject," said Teperman.
- Liver Transplants for Alcoholics | Alcohol Rehab - The use of healthy livers for alcoholic-induced liver disease is a controversial and
... abstain from drinking for at least six months before being eligible for a
transplant. ... The damage that has been caused to the liver through excessive
- Heavy drinkers should be denied liver transplants | Debatewise ... - This is an issue that we will try to resolve in this debate. ... Instead, we will give all
alcoholics a chance to get liver transplants according to standard .... to help every
person in disadvantage, some requirements should be put. ... giving a liver
transplant to the person with bad genes, thus giving him a priority over the