Wishing you and your family a happy holiday season! Hubby's most recent follow up with hepa was good (ultrasound, lab work, and check up) on 12/5/13. Still well compensated, so sign of cancer. Next follow up is in June.
Hi, just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know that hubby's 6 mo check up with his hepatologist on Thursday went well. No signs of cancer, no signs of decompensation. Next ultrasound and check back with her is in December.
My hubby saw his hepa last Thursday. CT scan results were clear, no sign of liver cancer. Lab results were good, liver is still compensated. Will have an endoscopy this month (routine screening). Next appt for labs, ultrasound, and follow up with hepa is May. She believes sofosbuvir will be submitted for approval about April, 2013, and be available for commercial use about the end of 2013. She believes that sofosbuvir treatment for difficult to treat G1a’s will be sofosbuvir combined with Interferon and Ribavirin. Hope all is well with you.
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