Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks for the invite and or you note. There seem to be so many variables from person to person. My hope for you is that with the new drugs, you will be and remain free of this cursed thing. Wishing you the best!
Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks for being nice about my testy reply to your comment on the forum last night (medical marijuana). I had done my shot about six hours before that and I never know what I'm going to get week to week with the shot. Usually, it's not too bad but this week I look and feel like crap. So thanks for not paying attention to my remark which was a bit bitchy.
Just a quick note to say hi! I'm still pretty new here. Found your comments (as well as the others) on the Milk Thistle debate interesting. Also found it troubling that you went SVR for 2 years but are positive again? How can this be? If you don't mind my asking. Best to you.
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