About Me: Female, 76, Lockport, IL, member since Jul 2011
love travel, reading. biking, but now am just trying to get better. Have had this for 30 years & just went to grade 2 - stage 2 & at my age (66) want it over with. Hoping to start treatment with teleprevar cocktail - but wondering if giving up a year at this stage is
[More] worth it. Love that this community exists. had tech issues & had to re-join as 1msmagnolia9270. Was 1msmagnolia9, but coundn't get in, so now at least it works. still learning system tho. Good luck to all. Wanted to thank those who responded to my inquiries but have yet to figure out that.
"think I posted question to wrong person--my question regarding cost--13,000 fwith madicare part d?? I have medicare part d --aarp medicare rx preferred (PDP) is that what you have?? thanks for any info Sharon"
"thank you for your thoughts, best source of info is someone that has "walked that road"... will see what blood work shows this Fri. & needless to say, will do whatever is deemed necessary............fear is a waste----knowledge will cur..."
Just a quick note to say hi! just wanted u to know that im at stage 5 fibroces with cirocis, and absolutely at your stage u should deffinately treat. give it your all and never stop fighting... good luck to u. i start treatment at u of m in oct and im going in with bells on lol. keep in touch
Just a quick note to say hi! wanted to welcome you to the community! I also am worried about giving up a year but have to get rid of it sometime, and really if we think about it there isn't going to ever be a good time to treat because of the time it takes, so we will have to bite the bullet and go with it and all that entails. But know how you feel! :)
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