About Me: Male, 56, Stevens Point, WI, member since Sep 2012
HEY NOW!! - SVR 6/6/2015. I am genotype 1a, I had a liver biopsy in February 2014 that showed stage 2 grade 2-3. My IL28B is TT. I found out in Oct 2013 that I relapsed after 48 weeks of triple therapy with Incivek. Prior to that I was a twice non-responder to Interfer
[More]on and Ribiviran. I guess I'm hoping to take advantage of Sovaldi+Ledipasvir later in 2014 or in 2015. I love this forum and thanks for the support.
Hi, glad to hear you've made it past the first 3 weeks since EOT staying happy with gratitude, that's the spirit! Its all good, great things are happening with harvoni. When will you have your next pcr?
I'm still undetected 7 months post tx, cirhosis has reversed - feeling so much better.Going to 2nd to last follow up in April. You're gonna make it* best to you!
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