Hi,I'm a cancer survivor..diagnosed with HCC last year..I'm taking sebivo for a few months cause it's cheaper but switched to baraclude after a while..I had the test last month and my doctor said i'm cleared of the virus at the moment..
Now i want to know if it's advisable that i will take XX entavir which is way more,more cheaper than baraclude...Any inputs are welcome..Thank you..
The Tenofovir I got in India was about $32 US. Brand Tenvir by Cipla. You can find the same on pharmacychecker.com. They charge about $60-100 US per 30 pills and they take about a month to get to the US.
Thank you both for your kind reply..@stef 2011 i think thats what the doctor meant,lower replication..I will ask my doctor about tenofovir and maybe i could switch from baraclude to tenofovir..baraclude in my country is 332 pesos a pill and has been taking it for a year now..I'm running out of resources..
I began on Baraclude but changed over to Cipla's Entavir (their brand name of Entecavir - the generic of Baraclude. The savings was enormous. My #'s have been undetectable for well over a year and my live enzymes have been normal just as long. My costs for Entavir are about 1/5 of the cost of Baraclude, at least. I get my supply by ordering online at Buckaday Pharmacy out of Canada. Usually takes 3-4 weeks for delivery but if you order with sufficient time allowance you will reap amazing savings.
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