According to the American Liver Foundation, a liver can heal itself if the source of damage is halted and immediate lifestyle changes are made. If severe liver damage has been present for quite a while, or a person's liv... More »

According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the liver is one of the only organs in the human body capable of replacing damaged tissue. This repair can be slowed or prevented by infection or by drug or alcohol a... More »

Under normal circumstances and without further complications, the liver repairs itself in 30 days from a case such as a Tylenol overdose. This occurs even with 50 to 60 percent of liver cells being damaged, according to ... More »

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WebMD states that there is no cure for cirrhosis of the liver, but lifestyle changes can prevent additional damage. Medicines and regular doctor visits treat complications of the liver, and a liver transplant or palliati... More »

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Cirrhosis of the liver is usually curable by a liver transplant, but changes in diet and lifestyle and the use of certain medications are effective methods for slowing the complications, thus avoiding the need for transp... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, lifestyle changes such as losing weight, eating a healthy diet and lowering cholesterol sometimes help to control fatty infiltrates of the liver. Additionally, getting at least 30 minutes a ... More »

End-stage liver disease refers to an advanced stage of liver tissue damage, where the liver fails to perform its functions, according to eMedicineHealth. It is also known as liver failure. Although rarely reversible, the... More »

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