About Me: Female, San Diego, CA, member since Jan 2014
Just found out I have hepc fall of 2013, probably got it in the 1970s. Have no symptoms. I was asked if I had been tested in an er for an unrelated reason. Am healthy in every other way. Have a positive attitude I can beat this. After 12 weeks of triple Tx, Sovaldi, Rib
[More]avirin and Interferon, I was SVR12 as of May 1, 2014.
Did triple Tx of Sovladi/Interferon/Ribavirin from Feb.7 to May 1, 2012. Was UND the whole time. 12 after EOT I am UND! SVR12! May Day is now Slay Day for me forever and ever!
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It's too hot right now in Bs As so I will stay in NYC for a while longer. Plus I am really swinging with dance classes. Up to three a week. This is my last chance to do something good with dance, and it coincides with the HCV Tx, so I will go with the flow. Glad that you are all well.
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