I was so excited to see this big sign in our local mall. It seems that they want to sweep hep c under the rug. I put this picture on my FB and will put it on some other forums that I frequent. This is the first time I've seen anything like this. I hope this is OK to post since it is not a question.
This is great news! Thank you so much for sharing. I think the television shows indicated will help people realize they are the ones who need to be tested.
I know of two people who have gone in to be tested and the doctor said they did not need to be tested. So...now the doctors need to be educated, sigh
Left click on pic to blow it up, right click on image. Left click "save image as". Choose "downloads" and type a pic name. Left click on the "save" box. Now it is in your downloads and can be attached to forums.
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