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Having hepatitis B, cancer in liver, lungs. No surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy recommended. Is lung and liver transplant possible?

my husband had hep c they told him only yesterday that he has cancer in his liver and lots of spots in his llungs that are cancer thay have said they wont operate and they wont give chemo or radiotherapy because these tumours dont respond . he is only 45 years old they said they wont do a transplant although we have got family willing to donate part of their liver . do you think theirs any where that can help us . what about a liver and lung transplant , could we pay any one to do that? please help thankyou
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Hi dear patient want asnswer

It is basically costly procedure
With willing donor

So you have to arrange both but basic cause is hep c
After transplant you have to further prepare for interferons

Thank you
Take care

Drmuhammad akbar
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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