About Me: Female, 47, Fallon, NV, member since Jun 2008
Recently diagnoses with Coproporphyria I & III and was diagnosed in April, 2008 with Hep C Type1A. As of my last test, I was virus free after treating. One more test to know for sure. I have been very sick for two years and am desperate to get my health, my life (and my
[More] hair) back. I used to enjoy a great enthusiasm for life and living and and am working to find that again.
Welcome to the forum. You have definitely come to the right place. You will get a lot of support here. I have compiled some lists, based on all the input from everyone here and some research, which might be helpful to you. If you go on the upper right hand corner in the forum and click on 'health pages', you will see some info you can print out. There is HCV TX rescue drugs, DO's ON HCV TX and DON'Ts ON HCV TX and a HCV TX Shopping list.
All the best, Marcia
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