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Author Topic: 4 week Lab results  (Read 5234 times)

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Offline WaltFrazier

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4 week Lab results
« on: March 23, 2015, 03:11:49 pm »
VL = Undetected...  Less than 15
AST 34
Alt 47

Will Post complete results shortly but I am ecstatic with the UND, yet I was a super responder to the Interferon/ribavirin in 2007 and was UND end week 4 so I am cautiously containing my excitement until EOT labs.... My PCT i9s improving slightly.....
54 Y-O Genotype 1a Since 1987
TX 2007 48 Weeks INTFR + RIBR ..Hell!
Week 62 Relapse
On Harvoni 12 week
4 Week Undetected!

Offline Long_Haul

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Re: 4 week Lab results
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2015, 10:32:54 am »
Hi Walt, that is great news. I was UND at week 4 tests and now have made it to EOT at 12 weeks. Keep fighting the good fight and wishing you the best towards getting to SVR12.

AL
Genotype 1A

Diagnosed 1989
Biopsy-cirrhosis stage 4 2000, no starting VL this round

3 rounds of Int+Rib
(Combo/48wks,Peg/26 Wks,Triple with Incivek/16wks)
UND with Incivek, Relapsed
Started 12 weeks Harvoni and Rib Jan 2nd,2015
4 weeks Undetected
8 weeks Undetected!
EOT at 12 weeks Undetected
EOT at 24 weeks STILL UNDETECTED
Completed TX Mar 26th,2015

EOT plus 4 weeks UNDETECTED
EOT plus 12 weeks UNDETECTED !!!!!!!!!!! I am DONE!

NO LONGER a member of the "WAITING GANG"

Offline hopefulguy

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Re: 4 week Lab results
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2015, 02:47:05 pm »
I got my 4 week test result today, detected, less than 15.  I wish it had been undetectable, but understand that it's the after EOT tests that count.  I'm in for 24 weeks - I was on a lambda interferon study and relapsed at 5 months, the most miserable 5 months of my life.

For me Harvoni has not been a problem, just mild headache and a bit of bowel trouble.

 


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