thanks Bill, I was too fried to remeber where that info was stashed.
Jeremy, try calling university and teaching hospitals as well as all the larger hospitals within a couple hours of you....they have trials in their liver departments.
also go to www.clinicaltrials.gov and do a search for hepatitis c and you'll see lots of ongoing studies.
this in another way to get the drugs free...usually the patients are given a medicine in addition to the regular meds, to see if the 3 med can help more, of allow for lowering doses of the 2 standard meds which are pretty harsh. Some studies offer standard meds to patients after the trial, if they did get the placebo or didn't SVR.
It varies from study to study, but check it out..
at the bottom of each trial description it tells you what cities and hospitals are conducting the studies.
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