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Anyone been in an Axis trial in Los Angeles?

Has anyone had any experience with Axis Clinical Trials in Los Angeles?  http://www.axistoday.com/

I can't find anything in Google searches about anyone who's gone through their hep C trials.  The only information I can find is their company website and the listings they have for trials.  It always makes me a little suspicious when there's so little information about a company or facility.  
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3159077 tn?1356031131
Well I just got some good news.  Harbor UCLA, the hospital that has had me on their waiting list for the triple-drug treatment for a year, finally got Incivek approved on their formulary.  So I'm going to enter treatment with them.  I'll just feel more comfortable with a hospital doing the treatment and I really like the nurse practitioner who's going to oversee everything.  I go to a class 8/22 and start in Sept.

If I knew how to close this thread I would do it.
163305 tn?1333668571
Thanks for the good news. Actually it's good you can't close this thread. Someone else might be interested.
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Things are quickly moving along in the right direction for you!
Congrats on getting good news.
3159077 tn?1356031131
Yes, things seem to be moving along and thank you and everybody for your support and info.  This is a really great forum and very helpful.
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