Started Bms/ 7977 12 week trial without Ribavirin today. Lots of blood draws. Only perceptible side effect has been feeling a little light-headed a few hours after I took the meds. Happy to be on the trial.
I also had the slight headache but only the first week when we were drawing everyday and I had to fast. I had my 2nd month post treatment appt and was disappointed they didn't do any labs. Next month. I was under the impression the were going to be doing labs every month. I was also talking to my study coordinator regarding the 12 wk versus 24 week for the 1 geno's and she said they also cleared in 2 weeks and under in the 24 week trial. She also told me there is another trial starting sometime in April she thought with 7977 and one of Gileads other drugs. All the trials are now all oral. I am really excited for everyone on this trial and pray you will all have the same results as I have had so far...
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