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Link about Tx

Generic HepC drugs are just as effective as the real deal and anyone, even US residents can buy them.  If Customs randomly checks your package, it's no big deal you will simply have to fill out a TSCA form.  I linked both.  Don't let the price of HepC drugs keep you from tx.  Anyone who is sick is entitled to receive a 12 week supply of HepC drugs from abroad.  Get rid of that nasty a$$ virus asap!!!  Since most Americans trust FedEx, that's the link I left for the TSCA form.  ~Respectfully!!



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Fretboard, thank you for sharing this information. I pray this will help a lot of people who can't get the medication.
Even here in the US I know people who have been told the insurance won't pay even though the doctor hasn't even tried.  They just blow people off.  It is sickening that a doctor would lie to their patients
Hi Dee,
Yeah, I'm hoping at least 1 person looks into buying generic HepC drugs if they can't get the real deal.  Unfortunately with the exorbitant prices being charged in the US both insurance companies and doctors are holding back on tx for their patients. It's like they're in cahoots to let some of us die, that is soooo cold but it's the truth.  If you're reading this and your doctor isn't starting your tx and you really want to rid yourself of this hideous HepC.  Check out the website below.


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I agree, there are people who need to treat now, no more waiting, the story was very touching.  Thanks again :)
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