My wife has been experiencing "atypical" rejection since Oct 2015. She had her tx in Dec 2014 for acute liver failure (seronegative, e.g. unknown cause).
After pulsed steroids, the rejection came back again in March 2016. She was then given ATG (severe immunosuppression) and is now on many types of anti-biotics/fungals/virals - even with that she's had multiple CMV infections.
The ATG didn't work, so she had plasmapheresis - as the rejection could have been caused by antibodies (quite rare - King's only see 1 or 2 cases of this per year).
So my wife is now extremely immunosuppressed. King's even advised she wears a mask in public places.
So to my question: A close family member is into alternative lifestyles and therapies etc (I am totally against, and totally for modern medicine). She has a young child who has purposely not been vaccinated - any advice on whether the child should be near my wife - even if he doesn't have any symptoms? It's starting to cause a bit of family friction, but I have to put my wife's health first...