About Me: Male, 40, Somewhere in, Germany, member since Jan 2009
Indian studying in Germany.
Infected with HBV, probably as a kid. Detect in Jan 2008. HBsAg+, HBeAg+, Baseline HBV viral load ~ 4,000,000 copies/ml, Genotype D.
[More] On Pegasys between April 2008 and April 2009. EOT HBV viral load below detectable levels. EOT HBsAg+, HBeAg-.
Current (Jul '09) HBeAg+, HBeAb-, HBV viral load ~ 3,600,000 copies/ml
Did you try getting international insurance (from India) ?
Otherwise, next door Switzerland may have few insurance companies with few strings attached.
I am surprised why they refused to insure you - just because of chronic hep-B.
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