I've done treatment over 10 times. Not all of them have been a full 48 wks as some of them have been clinical trials that I was kicked out of at week 5, based on my week 4 blood draw. I did a full course though on both Pegs/Riba and Infergen/RIba and then, combinations
[More] of double dosing, & high dose Riba and on and on. Anyway, I have not given up. I am a Christian and I am trusting the Lord that when it's His time, I will get SVR, if He wills it. I am now in another clinical trial.
Sorry to hear you have failed treatment so many times. Wish I had something profoundly encouraging to say, but all I can think of is hang in there. New drugs are on the way, and one of them is bound to work for you. For what it's worth, my heart goes out to you, and know you're not alone.
I do hope I make SVR this time.I'm 45 weeks away from that possible news, but hopeful with this new Gilead trial I will make it. EVR2 makes it hopeful. Hoping you can get this no interferon and Ribavirin soon
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