I think I got HCV back in 1977 after a gama globulin injection to boost immune system. Was tested mid 90's when my AST/ALT were slightly elevated. I got a false negative In 2007 my platelets fell to 65, I was sent to hemotologist, he dx me. Month later dx of cirrho
[More]sis. I had to treat 48 weeks SOC + polymerase inhibitor. Was UND between 6 and 7 weeks, relapsed within 6 weeks of finishing. So sick after tx, cryoglobunemia came back all over body. Very painful. I was removed from my job. Waited til 2011 to start Incivek, Pegintron, Riba. It worked, I am cured. I am grateful though it took me a long time to recover. I have been cured since Feb 2012. I am here to pay it forward. As someone once said to me, we are standing on the shoulders of giants :)
Thank you for everything! Thank you you are so kind. Two days of pneumonia now out and feeling much better. Hope this finds you feeling well also/ HUGGS It is 103* here abd hot in the hot too so I have no energy right now dear. Write more when it cools off!! Take care huh? :)
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