James Scott Needs Your Help
In 2016, on a short visit home with his family, James went to the Urgent Care to have a wound checked before he had to leave town for work again. At this visit, the nurse gently pushed on his leg and blood seeped through his skin. The nurse informed James that this is a symptom of a liver problem and that he should make a visit with his doctor as soon as possible. James came home that night and by Monday morning his wife was on the phone with the Dr. making the appointment. After an ultrasound, and a few more tests, it was determined that James had Non-Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver. Basically, he was told due to his diabetes his liver was failing.
February 8, 2019
Update : Jim / 02/08/2019
Well, again it has been a while since my last post. Hand Tremors have seemed to have worsened and are more frequent this past month. Nothing I can do about that.
2/07/2019 E.G.D done again to recheck the Veracies in my Esophagus. Last Veracies they banded 5 and removed 1 all looks good on these. 5 small Veracies were again banded this time. They were grade 3 and small. I do not have to go back for another look until for 3 months….
January 14, 2019
11/02/2018 Update: 2nd update: now that dad is listed we got a very nice binder from the transplant team. ANYONE who plans to visit dad or help us care for dad the first 3-6 months after transplant are required to have the flu vaccine as well as the varicella vaccine. Dad will not be allowed vaccines after transplant and they need as much prevention as possible. So please understand if you choose not to get these we may ask you to cut your visit very short, and we will follow you around the house with Lysol unless you have a hazmat suit.
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July 17, 2018
Jim keep on fighting, judy thank you so very very much for all you do for my brother.