Alcohol - British Liver Trust

Patient stories

Hearing from real people can bring to life what having liver disease, being on the transplant waiting list, having a liver transplant or donating the organ of a loved one really means. Thank you to those who choose to share their story to help others.

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How volunteering with the British Liver Trust has helped me

Before I was ill I knew very little about the liver and how important it is 500+ …

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Gareth’s story

Following the darkest of times and despite everything I remain focused on the light I see at …

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Mitchell’s Story

I was diagnosed with Hepatic Liver and spent some time in Intensive care with low potassium.  I’m …

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Clare’s story

I’d urge everyone to do Dry January. Stopping for a month can help you realise the harm …

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Jim’s story

I have to say that in my opinion, any definition of alcoholism that I have come across …

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Michael Beckett’s story

Michael went to his GP in 2011 feeling unwell. When he was informed that he had alcohol …

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Ken Plummer’s Story

Ken Plummer is a retired Professor of Sociology, and has celebrated over thirty years of his gay …

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