About Me: Female, 53, Sebastian, FL, member since Aug 2007
I contracted Hep C from one of a zillion blood and platlet transfusions that I received from 1983 to 1985 while being treated for Leukemia. I am a genotype 1a with a Stage 4 (cirrhosis), Grade 3 liver. 3 rounds of treatment in 5 years to finally clear the disease. I c
[More]ontracted Rheumatoid Arthritis 3 months prior to finishing treatment. Diagnosed with breast cancer on 7/11/11 (DCIS)
Interests: Hep C
Hi FloridaMouse.I knew you had RA but didn't know you've had it for seven years.I am sorry your having so much pain.I have it and know exactly what your feeling as far as that.When did you relapse ?I hope your well. Tammy
Wondering how you are doing???
I believe you were seeing Nelson again? Can't keep up these days, I know you mentioned it!
Hoping your spirits are up Missy. I know that was such a hard blow. You are truly a fighter, I believe if anyone can find a way to beat this, you can. Always hoping so!
Love & hugs tough girl, Lauri
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