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Author Topic: Treatment for genotype 1b  (Read 4794 times)

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Offline Jordan

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Treatment for genotype 1b
« on: August 01, 2016, 11:48:57 am »
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« Last Edit: August 01, 2016, 06:02:38 pm by Mike »

Offline BillT

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Re: Treatment for genotype 1b
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2016, 12:39:26 pm »
Hi Jordan and welcome to the forum,
                                We just had this discussion on another post.It's not legal to sell it.I would just take the loss instead of getting into a legal mess.There's several of us that treated through the VA here.I was 1b and as I understand it's the easiest to treat.The VA cured me.Did they do a Fibroscan on you?Post your stats(ALT,AST etc)in the profile signature or you'll be answering these questions over and over.Keep us posted.
« Last Edit: August 01, 2016, 12:40:58 pm by BillT »
Contracted 1973 Military
Diagnosed 1980
Pegintron treatment 2004 unsucessful
Genotype 1b
FibroScan 10 (F2)
Start Viekira 10.17.2015

AST 40 ALT 69
VL 440k
10.31.2015/Week 2 Labs : AST 14/ALT 17
No VL done
10.14.2015/Week 4 labs : AST 14/ALT 14
VL UNDETECTED!!!
12.11.2015/Week 8 Labs : AST 12/ALT 13
No VL done
01.05.2016/EOT labs : AST 15/ALT 13
VL UNDETECTED!!!

12 WEEK SRV:UN-BLOODY DETECTABLE !!!!!!!!

24 WEEK SVR:UNDETECTABLE!!!! Thank You God.

Fibroscan 6Mo. Post Treatment 7.15.2016-5.3(F1)

Offline Jordan

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Re: Treatment for genotype 1b
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2016, 01:39:11 pm »
The VA did do a fibroscan which they told me showed little or no liver damage. I'm going back this week to get my test results and will post them. It frustrates me that I spent so much when I didn't need to. The timing was uncanny. I had already given up on getting any help from the VA, and then they called me.

Offline BillT

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Re: Treatment for genotype 1b
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2016, 03:02:06 pm »
The problem is they're treating a lot of people now.I believe I had my Fibroscan and such done in July of last year if I remember correctly.I had to wait until the end of the fiscal year(October 1st)because they ran out of money.That's probably what's going on now.I'm betting they trying to switch monies around.
« Last Edit: August 01, 2016, 03:04:10 pm by BillT »
Contracted 1973 Military
Diagnosed 1980
Pegintron treatment 2004 unsucessful
Genotype 1b
FibroScan 10 (F2)
Start Viekira 10.17.2015

AST 40 ALT 69
VL 440k
10.31.2015/Week 2 Labs : AST 14/ALT 17
No VL done
10.14.2015/Week 4 labs : AST 14/ALT 14
VL UNDETECTED!!!
12.11.2015/Week 8 Labs : AST 12/ALT 13
No VL done
01.05.2016/EOT labs : AST 15/ALT 13
VL UNDETECTED!!!

12 WEEK SRV:UN-BLOODY DETECTABLE !!!!!!!!

24 WEEK SVR:UNDETECTABLE!!!! Thank You God.

Fibroscan 6Mo. Post Treatment 7.15.2016-5.3(F1)

 


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