About Me: Male, 35, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, member since Apr 2008
I am a 27 year old Asian Male, working at J P Morgan London. I found out i had Chronic Hep B about 2 years ago. Have already done a years course of Pegylated Interferon but as the results weren't favourable i have now started on a combination of Adevoir and Lumuduvine.
Just a quick note to say hi! hey bro sorry it has been longtime .am doing well now ,my hep b its ok am on medication now in malaysia .very glad to hear from you again ,hope you are doing well too .take care bro
Just a quick note to say hi! heyyy bro nice to hear from you ,i went to beinjing to renew my visa .how are you doing ?
nowaday am doing very very well , i dont know the future but today am so glad for myself.
hphe you do too? am very glad that you did for me .i wont forget that bro.
see you soon bro .take care
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