I am a 49 year old male. Diagnosed in 2006 with Hep C Genotype 2 Stage 2. I have never had symptoms. I have kept in touch with University of Colorado regarding Hep C studies. Being genotype 2 studies do not come along very often. Received a call indicating the ZymoG
[More]enetics Phase 2B study would be accepting all genotypes. Needless to say I started 6-14-10.
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Trish77 & Spectda
I do not know what my dosage was taking. The study is still going. I am G2 and one of the first to start Phase IIB of the study. They will release all information after everyone is done w..."
Just a quick note to say hi! so great to hear your positive news. i think we are the lucky ones. i am so grateful. keep up the good work and i appreciate your support. you are my first friend!!!! best, babs
Just a quick note to say hi! thanks, yes i am so fortunate to be 2b! it has not been fun but if the dragon goes down well worth it. are u feeling pretty normal energywise? take care,thx for ur support,b
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