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Author Topic: Man With Hep C Gets Top of Transplant List By Accepting HCV-Infected Kidney  (Read 7017 times)

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Offline Hep Editors

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His surgeons said that such a transplant would have been unthinkable before the latest wave of hep C treatments. Now that cure rates for the new drugs are up to nearly 90 percent, doctors say they don’t have to worry as much about the virus continuing to damage patients’ transplanted or other vital organs.

Read more: http://www.hepmag.com/articles/man_gets_kidney_transplant_with_hep_c_2831_25979.shtml

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This is amazing!
Lucinda Porter, RN
1988 Contracted HCV
1997 Interferon nonresponder
2003 PEG + ribavirin responder-relapser
2013 Cured (Harvoni + ribavirin clinical trial)
https://www.hepmag.com/blogger/lucindakporter

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IT SURE IS!PRAISE GOD AND ALL THE EFFORTS OF MANKIND TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE.  THANK YOU. WILLIE G

 


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