hi, think you can read her story on naomijudd dot com or dot net, you can do a search...but anyway, she did the old treatment of solo interferon therapy at a very high dose (heard that was wicked) and she did svr.(clear the virus from her body)..she explains it all on her website...
ive tried searching for the details of her treatment but havent been able to find them.
ive seen her talk about it on tv and she never talks about how long or hard the treatment was. she never really says anything about the treatment itself. same in all the info on the internet, no details.
it makes me think she got off with an easy 6 months or she doesnt want to scare anyone
who might need to treat or test. if any one knows where to find the info let me know.
Hi, saw her say these things in an interview and it's in her book...I forgot how long she said she did it, but it was the monotherapy and as we know, back then they gave you a small percentage to svr on that...best to you....
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