just wanted to let everyone know my great news. my study nurse called me to tell me i've reached SVR. i want to thank all that helped me thru out my journey. it was a very humbling experience. i never thought i'd have the courage to give myself a shot...but i did it.
anyone who's just starting...good luck with your tx. it's well worth it. i'm so elated and relieved. it was the best thing i could have ever done for myself! this forum helped to save me. i don't know if i could have endured tx without my cyber family. people who don't have hep c just don't understand what we have to go thru.
Yeah belle!!!!!! I knew your 6 month pcr was coming up soon and I'm so very happy for you. You just made my day. It's been a pleasure sharing this journey with you. Enjoy your hep C free life my friend.
Congratulations !!!!!! i know how u r feeling right now as i just got my call also YAHOO SVR for me 2 this is a great site to be on for all the help everyone on here gives u have a great thanksgiving day : )
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