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My mum has end stage liver disease and isn't a candidate for transplant due to diabetes heart failure and COPD how long has she got to live?

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Dr. Venkata Chilakapati
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: End stage Liver fail

Unfortunately there is no absolute answer. It depends upon person to person and number of comorbidities and degree of comorbidities.
In some people it is less than six months. In another people it could be more prolonged.

In brief: End stage Liver fail

Unfortunately there is no absolute answer. It depends upon person to person and number of comorbidities and degree of comorbidities.
In some people it is less than six months. In another people it could be more prolonged.
Dr. Venkata Chilakapati
Dr. Venkata Chilakapati
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Dr. Miguel Rodriguez
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology

In brief: Liver failure

It will depend which one of her medical conditions is the dominant one.
If liver, the survival rate for end stage liver disease is 50% within the first 12 months of diagnosis and 10% at 24 months.

In brief: Liver failure

It will depend which one of her medical conditions is the dominant one.
If liver, the survival rate for end stage liver disease is 50% within the first 12 months of diagnosis and 10% at 24 months.
Dr. Miguel Rodriguez
Dr. Miguel Rodriguez
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