Of course, but getting an alcoholic to even get interviewed for listing on the Transplant list, you have to prove you have been abstinent for a period of one year and if you apply, you are subject to random blood ETG testing (the four day detection test) and testing for illicit drugs (e.g. codeine gives a full positive for morphine). As well as that weekly couselling is considered mandatory.
If you should get a liver, you won't be drinking again as inflammation of the new liver ends up resulting in organ rejection.
Good luck, Steve (alchoholic for 28 years and 3 years sober)
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