Just a quick note to say hi!and also I am new on this site,, I've been waiting for the new 2 meds to be approved by the FDA, this month of May 2011, and yahoo. they approved both.. our chances with cure is so much higher and better for all of us.... shall be beginning to begin. but yet ,naturally scared. and I just don't only have hepc I always deal with so so many others diseases also.. pupura, sarcoid, cyrofibrinogenemia, raynauds syndrome. and a few more, but right now my platelets are low they are at 50 but, the thing with the platelets is that each month they have been going down and down ,and my oncologist says we don't want to see 30 it can't get to that , then we need to do a transfusion plasma.. wonderful... would there be someone here that i'd be able to relate to on the hepc?ty
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
Hi I hope you and your family have a nice Thanksgiving. You have alot to be thankful for this year. I am so happy for your UND status.
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