About Me: Male, 60, Cliffside Park, NJ, member since Apr 2012
I got my hep c from blood transfusions back in 1995 having bi-lateral hip replacements. This is the first time I am trying any type of treatment. My doctor said that my liver biopsy wasn't that bad and it is only stage one. I'm not up on all the terms and things yet but
[More] am sure I will be soon enough as I start my treatment on May 7th. My girlfriend and her daughter will be a big support for me which I'm sure I'm going to need. I am a resident manager (super) for a large high rise condo complex. My job involves anything and everything, both mental and physical which concerns me after reading some of the other feedbacks. Although I am not looking forward to my months ahead I am glad to know that I will not be alone.
Greetings - it has been since since the summer (Aug) on week 10! I was wondering how you are doing? You must week 18 or 19 by now? Either way I hope you check in & let us know how you are doing.
Take care and be well♫
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