My disease stops with me, but - I believe in teaching, sharing and building a wealth of knowledge by working together to eradicate this Dragon - from the world. Genotype 3a, last Pegasys/Copegus treatment late February 2007 - Declared SVR June 2007. Side effects lasted
[More] Post Treatment, but seem to be going slowly away. Lost my mind - found it again. *GRIN*
Interests: Hepatitis C awareness, education, learning. Through getting together and comparing notes - we learn more!
"I don't know - I think it's amazing that he had a TP --- and is on TX for so long -- is taking such heavy meds --- yet wants to go back to work.
My suggestion is to give him something to do --- within his capability... Something that ..."
You deserve a big bear hug! I really enjoyed you writing in the forum about the girl saying she got hep c through sex. You are insightful, and I totally agree about not passing it sexually. I have had hep c for about 6 years and had not wanted to accept it as fact. You are right, " not a damn one of us asked for it"
Hope you are feeling well, and again, good insight.
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