Hi, I do agree with that we must be careful in the waiting room some people coughing and don't care about others. You did great job by informing doctors. You are awesome.
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Hi, I read the research paper which dated in May 2013, I am not sure if the FDA or any other institutions have confirmed the recommendation of the said study. Do you have any new article that recommends the same findings of this study? ..regards
Good day to all participants. For liver transplants they told us about the fruits such as grapefruit, pomegranate and Seville oranges. They recommended calcium for me as i have problems with my bones. However I am not sure about vitamin C, no body told me to avoid it.Thank you for your comments I should check again…
Greeting from Kuwait, I hope all of us will be fine during the coming weeks. I had a liver transplant in 2018 (in Mayo clinic), I am trying hard to avoid crowded places but unfortunately, I need to go to the hospital for my appointments. Honestly, I am worrying too much from the situation, we cannot do anything just we must try to wash our hands and put masks when we go out. Since last night, I do have pain in my sore throat, this makes me worry more. I am prying for all of you and for all my friends in Rochester…God bless you all and I am sure Lord will solve it soon.