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Not really a question.  After 48 weeks of tx and six months of waiting SVR.  I'd like to thank all the members of the forum, for all their help, during tx.

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Fantastic!  Congratulations.
87972 tn?1322661239
Whew! Let me give you a hand over the finish line; congratulations! I remember you had some difficult times; I’m happy for you. Be sure to let us know how the next few months go; I assume you’ll test again in six months?

Take care—

862235 tn?1336060295
What a great way to end a year and a half of hardship! Congratulations!
276730 tn?1327962946
Fantastico!!! Wish you the very best of luck!

Charm :)))
1051313 tn?1284780795
Wow, great for you, congratulations.  You made it!  :D
238010 tn?1420406272
Congratulations!!  Life begins anew
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Thank you so much!!  Bill:  My Haemotoligist said he never wants to see me again!  He said nothing about doing a test in six months.  Maybe different in Canada.
179856 tn?1333547362
Yeah Lynno you go girl wooohooo!

My doc had me get a PCR one year later (after the six month).  Still now randomly he'll throw one in I guess I am more secure than my GP!  If you don't think you need one then I guess you don't cured is cured is cured after all and six months after tx you are considered cured these days (us old timers had to wait a year before we could be really considered a viable SVR).

YAY for YOU!
475300 tn?1312423126
Great News!!!  Congrats

419309 tn?1326503291
Always exciting to hear updates with good outcomes... congratulations!  ~eureka
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