I used to be Geno 1a, stage 2 grade 2, High VL. I participated in the Pharmasett R7128 trial. Cleared at week 4 and still clear post treatment. I am now a SVR!!! I feel great and am doing real well. Glad to be done treating and back to living life without HCV!!!
Thanks Dude. I read some of your posts about RO5024048 drug. My biopsy said I was stage 3/4 so I guess its time to do something. I've been invited to the NCT00869661 trial and I'm thinking about joining up. Maily because I can't afford the drugs and my insurance wont help on the treatments. I can only hope I get the real stuff and not the placebo and I can't wait till FDA says its good. If you have any more pointers please reply. Oh, what is the meaning of rescue drugs?
hope your 4th was great .I like to keep in touch w freinds on list .you saved my life w those letters ! they still get pulled out and handed around to this very weekend lmao hope your health is improving daily
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