The UPMC Center for Liver Diseases is a comprehensive care center focusing on the management and treatment of a variety of liver diseases. Whether you are being seen for complications of chronic liver disease/cirrhosis of the liver, surgical evaluation of hepatobiliary disorders, evaluation for liver transplantation, or enrollment in a clinical trial, our multidisciplinary, integrated approach to diagnosing and treating liver disorders provides patients with high quality care in a timely and convenient manner.
Hepatitis C-related deaths have hit an all-time high in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Learn more about this illness.
Your liver is your body’s largest internal organ. It sits under your rib cage on the right side of your body. Learn how it supports your body.
Hepatitis C (HCV), a blood-borne infection, causes liver disease in infected people. Learn the signs and symptoms of this HCVand discover treatment options
Decades after receiving a childhood blood transfusion, Chris Sosinski was shocked to learn he had the hepatitis C virus, which had led to cirrhosis and the prospect of a liver transplant. Today, Chris remains hepatitis C negative, thanks to a new direct-acting antiviral therapy he received at the UPMC Center… Read more »