Thanks so much. I'm feeling good and optimistic that I'll make SVR. But Ive just come back from an intense trip to the Middle East which involved jet lag, extreme heat, mild stomach bugs etc. At times It was hard to tell what were symptoms of the traveling and what might be symptoms of a possible return of the hep. Now I'm back in the States I feel well and energetic and strongly inclined to think that the 12 week treatment has nailed it.
Hi Gonnabe, I know you're heading for SVR24 soon. Have you heard from any of your colleagues on the 24 week protocol? Do you know if everyone who made SVR4 also made SVR12? I'm coming up to my four weeks post tratment test and am very eager to know what has happened with the people in your arm of the trial. Thanks.
Just a quick note to say hi! Hey....thank you so much for the note last week. I will be done in 7 days....it has been a long, tough journey, but I am extremely hopeful that this will allow me to live hepc free forever. How are you doing??
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