Not a very interesting person.
Have Hep C 1b, Stage 4 with non-alcoholic cirrhosis. Had it for 30-35 years. Never knew about it until Apr. '08. Not told it was a serious
[More] disease until Aug. '09. Began treatment, Peg and CoPeg, Dec 07, '09.
"It's not impossible but typically it takes 30 plus years to get to stage 4. The only way nail down the stage his liver is in is to have a biopsy. To echo previous advice .. NO Alcohol .. i.e., Any consumption of alcohol while having HCV ..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Wishing you and your family a happy holiday season! Hubby's most recent follow up with hepa was good (ultrasound, lab work, and check up) on 12/5/13. Still well compensated, so sign of cancer. Next follow up is in June.
Hi you have been funny to me since the time I could not get my medication delivered and I was halfway through the tx. You were so funny, I have never forgotten your humor. I was crying and then burst out laughing. Laughing through tears is the best. :)
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