I wanted to share some encouraging news for people who have Chronic Hep B and have financial difficulty affording Baraclude. I contacted Brystol Myers Squibb and applied for the Patient Assistance Program. The website and application is here: http://www.bms.com/products/Pages/programs.aspx
It took about a week and they have approved me to receive the medic...
Hi Stefano, thanks for answering my posts.
In 2000 I was diagnosed with Chronic Hep B. I did Interfuron and Hepsera over the years as well as Epivir. In 2006 I was told that my viral load was undetectable.
Last month after not feeling well, I went to the Doctors and lo and behold my Hep is back with a vengeance. I had a sonogram where some polyps are fo...
According to my latest labs:
Hep B Virus DNA >110000000 H IU/mL
Hep B Virus DNA >640200000 copies/mL
Just how bad is this exactly? I feel like my Gastro is being dodgy when I ask him. He has said it's high...
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