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Hi dtre (and Tig),

ha - Tig sent the exact same page I would have sent to you.smile

Lots of looking to do there, to see if a person "fits" into any of them.

Location, location, location - depends where you hail from and where the trials are being held, so many trial listings, but so many will not be current even if you find one in the right locale, with the right inclusions/exclusions, they may have finished intake. It will be a lot of skimming to do at 300+ listings!

I go back tho to the question as to WHY you are looking for a NASH trial to be in?

I remember reading through all your threads and labs quite a while ago, and then again tonight, your hx, your biopsy, the MRI's, CAT's, the labs, the fluctuating ALT/AST/ALP's, etc. pre and post-harvoni and then into your SVR.

Just on the side - aside from the past imagings you have had done, and I assume still get done, did you ever pursue additionally getting multiple (repeated) fibroscans to follow yourself with, with the kind of Fscores you can glean from fibroscans?

I see no new info from you (current labs, imaging, new diagnoses) since about Oct. 2016?? Have you deduced "new" info which is leading you to pursue a NASH trial?

Hope you are feeling OK and doing good. smile C.

 

 



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SOF/VEL with/without GS-9857 trial - NCT02639338.

SOT March 10 - EOT May 5, 2016 - SOF/VEL/VOX 8 week trial.

 

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The best place to search for that information is on the Clinical Trials site. I'll leave a link below. Another good resource is your liver specialist. They are often informed well in advance of pending trials. 

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Hello,
  I have been trying to get into a clinical trial for NASH but have been rejected due to previous hep c.  I have been clear of the hep c for almost 3 years after taking Harvoni, but I'm wondering if the studies still consider me as having hep c.  Does anyone know of any NASH studies that will accept former hep c individuals?



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2002=Stage 0 (Gen 1A) 
2003=Peg/Inferon (Fail)
2012=Peg/Incivick (Fail)
2015=Harvoni (Undetectable)
Firbroscan 1
2017=undetectable (MRI liver regenerating)
September 2018 = Still undectable

 

 

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