About Me: Female, 63, Auburn, WA, member since Nov 2008
Hep C genotype1a diagnosed 1990. Treated 3 or 4 times with mono therapy Intron A up to Pegintron and Ribavirin. Null Responder. Diagnosed with Cirrhosis F4 Jan 2008. I have never treated with Telaprevir due to cirrhosis. Grade 3 esophageal varicies banded in 2012-2013.
[More] Starting 24 weeks of Harvoni Nov 20 2014.
Just tested at 12 weeks post treatment SVR 12 I am cured!
"You cannot give yourself a virus you do not have. In order to transmit hepatitis c you would need to have hepatitis c infected blood enter your bloodstream.
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Just a quick note to say hi!
Hi Lynn. Kinda been MIA and wondered how your doing. Miss the community and know u are a great asset to the newbies. Hope u r doing well and moving forward in your life. Thx
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