About Me: Female, 31, Cass Lake, MN, member since Nov 2012
My mother was diagnosed with Hep C in 2006, and at the time I was living 4 hours from home. I was only 22 at the time and I had no idea what it was or how sick my mother was. I moved home in 2007 and it was then she was lookin into treatment and the folowing year she be
[More]gan Ribavirin and Interferon injections...After she recieved a positive result she assumed it was going to be okay. Well here we are in 2012 and she once again in begining a new Treatment, ( as of 11/27/2012) INCIVEKTrible Therapy. Her last liver biopsy showed that there was fat in her liver and the DR, had no idea where it was coming from. But with all that said, this forum is something we do together. Its better coming from someone who has experience with the medication and is living with the HCV. so any advice you can give...PLEASE FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW!!!
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