Hectorsf and idyllic just want to say thank you for the push:-) :-) I go to new Dr next Mon 1/28. But like everyone else I hope your gone hector:-) :-) :-) :-). Anyway I just typed this out and it erased. All by itself, lol. So test I've taken so far---hcv, pcr. cmp CBC. Hcv genotype, I find that interesting he's retesting. Thorough, got to like that!! Also let me clarify liver biopsy was done before treatment was started. I do have pathology report, but even our nurse friend said its nothing but a Dr. to Dr. report. We've tried typing in the words, but can't interpret it!! I can't wait to use your saying. Not enough to have liver disease. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN!!! Thanks for the push guys!! One of these times I'll tell you about switching drs in what you would believe to be a large town!! Easy', lots to pick from, yes that's true. But it doesn't always work. Did this time though!!! Racky2012 I sent you a note in your box.
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