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Author Topic: Worth the Wait - Hang in There!  (Read 4565 times)

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Offline HepCFreeAtLast

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Worth the Wait - Hang in There!
« on: July 10, 2015, 02:07:20 pm »
I was diagnosed 20 years ago nearly to the day. At the time, the treatment options were miserable, so I opted out. Thankfully, the disease has not caused any damage to my body, but hearing about the ease and success of new treatments I decided to take the plunge. Now, just four weeks into my eight-week Harvoni treatment cycle, the disease is already undetectable in my system and I have had no adverse affects from the medication. Four weeks left to go!

For those suffering from side effects, I feel for you!  Try to keep in mind that these new treatments are very successful at eradicating a disease that could evolve into a significantly more uncomfortable medical condition.  Hang in there!


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