Nearly three-quarters in Japanese study were alive after 10 years
TUESDAY, Sept. 11 (HealthDay News) — The 10-year survival rate for
patients with acute liver failure who had a living donor liver
transplant was 73 percent, a study of patients in Japan reveals.
The “excellent” survival rate suggests that the type of liver disease
or treatment plan does not affect long-term patient survival after
living donor liver transplant, the researchers said.