Richard Ramos donated 2018-12-15 08:01:58 -0700
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Richard Ramos commented on HOME 2018-12-15 07:54:58 -0700I lost my liver at 35 years old because of fatty liver (never drank) got a second transplant in 2015. I’m 48 years old today. My father died at the age of 40 from undiagnosed fatty liver, my son was diagnosed at 8 years old, my oldest daughter was diagnosed at 24 my other two children are ok I had them both checked. It is a genetic condition at least for my family. My advice is check yourself and your children early not everyone gets a transplant not everyone dies from this desease, lifestyle changes are the key. I will pray for all that are sick with this desease. God bless you all.