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Subject: hepatitis c treatment options

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i was recently diagnosed w/ hepc but have been asymptomatic. i'm wondering about treatment options or if i even need to worry about it right now. my liver enzymes were very high 2 mos. ago but have since gone down:
ALT was 454, now 162
ALP was 147, now 90
AST was 163, now 66
GGT was 678, now 348
also, if i did end up starting treatment, would i be able to participate in a clinical trial, and who could i contact?








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