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I'm glad I didn't disappoint and that I'm so predictable 🙂 Good to learn a bit more about you @peakbagger. This helps me connect you with discussions and members. You will definitely be interested in the developments that Kristin will tell you more about, and she'll be interested in getting your feedback.

I think you might be interested in connecting with @afterthetreatment @airtruck54 and @rkz06 on this thread "After Hep C treatment" https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/people-cured-from-hep-c-harvoni/

Also did you see the information that my colleague gave to @bobbutler when he asked "How do I get on multiple transplant lists for a liver?" https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/i-have-been-added-to-the-transplant-list-for-a-liver-at/

Again, I'm going to pull @kequick into this conversation to see if she and her team can provide more info regarding the MELD score at Mayo, etc.

PS: I like your username choice and your photo. Looks like you're a mountain climber. Are you still reaching for the clouds from mountain tops?

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That’s great you’ve done so much research and talked to others about your options, @peakbagger. Have you spent time on the SRTR site? (Stands for Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients.) It contains a wealth of data on transplant rates and wait times by center. Here’s the website: http://www.srtr.org/.