You are in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for your honesty in your post. That took courage. We are all strangers here, with a common bond of defeating this dreaded disease. So your post brought out a lot of "passion", but also a lot of concern for your well being. Praying you take the comments in the light they were meant, and praying you are doing well today. Not one of us is perfect. Stay strong. You are young and you can beat this. I'm pulling for you.
Sorry for the delay in response...did not see your note. The site is still new to me. As to eligibility if you mean health care..everyone is eligible. I am now going to do a fibroscan instead of a biopdy. I have changed Drs. If all ok I will probably start triple treatment in Jan or Feb. IF Vitrelis has ben cleared for medicare by the Canadian government. Frankly if not I will have to find a hundred thousand and go private, Good Luck to us all.
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