Wonderful news, encouragement to all of us!
great news !
How many mg R7128 were you on ?
Thanks for sharing!
Great news, congrats!!
Congratulations and thank you for the encouraging words :)
Congratulations and thanks for the update.
A 6 log drop, undetectable by week 4, was so terrific!
Congrats! And thanks for sharing your success.
Great news! Let's hope it lasts forever...
Your name says it all. You indeed slayed the dragon. Another dragon DEAD !!!!
Congratulations on your wonderful news!!!
Congratulations! Having life completely fill the space formerly occupied by HCV sure sounds like a cure - but it's great for to hear about your r7128 success story ( and encouraging for those left out by the 1st gen ns3/4a PIs).
thank you for your well wishes i was on 1000 mg of R7128 in combo with the standard peg and riba. Worked like a charm. This trial is in phase II now. Trust me you will be hearing much more about this drug in the future. Telaprevir gets all the attention right now because it is going to approved really soon. Personally I like this drug beter as it has great results without the other sides that Telaprevir has. Don't get me wrong Telaprevir is a great drug but t has it's own issues (sides). This drug does not. the only sides were from the peg and riba trust me.
Thank you all so much for the support. It is really nice to see so many familiar names still here! Mike Simon, GSD girl, Port Ann, Copyman, Magnum, and Willing it is great to hear from all of you. You guys a have been an inspiration to so many people over the years. Great to see you guys still here!!!
Great news, D-slayer! Glad to hear you are enjoying your HCV-free life
This is such great news! I am so happy for you. It gives me and others hope that there will be a tx for us who relapsed or non responders, etc.
Thank you for sharing your good news!
It's great to hear the positives of the program and it's so enlightning to know that it does work!!! Just gotta see it to the end.
who is in charge if I want to try this medicine
I have a sister in Africa with hepatitis c gentype 1. I was wondering how she can participate in this trial