I just received my first shipment of harvoni in the mail. My dr is starting me on a 12 week treatment plan. I was excited to hear about this new medicine that has little side effects and a high cure rate. But now that I actual..."
I have not posted in a long time. Living with hep C and waiting for a safer treatment to come out. Is there anything new I should know about? Im not looking for a trial, just wondering if any new treatments have been released?
You are in my thoughts and prayers. I truly hope you get in, but if not, don't give up, try the NYC area. I know it is a commute but after the first month or so, it would only be every other week.
In S.F. a man traveled from Europe to be in the study. He was one of 2 people who remain und after they halted the program after just 4 weeks.
Anyway, hang in there and all the best to you.
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