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The Brigham and Women’s Liver (Hepatology) Program

For the highly-trained physicians and staff of the Liver Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, our mission is to keep your liver healthy. We accomplish this by providing top-quality patient care, conducting cutting-edge research, and educating the next generation of liver scientists and clinicians.

The members of the Liver Program are experienced in the diagnosis and care of individuals with all types of liver disorders. We also provide expert management of the complications of liver disease, such as cirrhosis, ascites, varices, hepatic encephalopathy, and liver cancer.

Our liver specialists (hepatologists) are skilled in the management of patients before and after liver transplantation and serve on the faculty of the transplant programs at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. This allows our staff to individualize care based on the unique needs of each of our patients and to efficiently guide you through the transplant process.


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