hey there Naya good to hear from you and so glad to hear you made it through and UND !!!! i wish you a healthy hep c free life you deserve it iam just one month into mine a ways to go yet but iam staying positive got great family support and taking it one step at a time take it can only get better take care Rob
Just got home to get the wonderful news! Third time was a charmer for us both. I know exactly what you mean about "sinking in." We need to have a party. What did your husband say?
I'm thrilled for you, but when I got SVR I was positive we'd do this together.
Another angel has got her wings....
I'm so happy for you!!!
It's going to be fine. I'm praying.
Within a few days you'll know you're SVR.
I thought you were scheduled for the 16th, but I just wanted to make sure it had happened.
Within a few days I think we'll be doing the happy dance.
Try not to worry. We'll just agree you're going to be fine.
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