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Harvoni is a miracle drug in my opinion...I took it and annihilated the bug, unfortunately a lot of damage had already been done. I am crossing my fingers for your 3 month test.



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65 yo female

dx. 1996

TX with interferon/riba 2001..failed

Uncompromised 2015

TX with Harvoni  2015..virus undet.

Meld 14 7/2017  TIPS 1/2017

 

TP 5/12/18 



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Hi DEB, WELCOME HOME. I bet its nice to be back in the saddle again. You are truly amazing having gone through what you have been through in such a short time and feeling well enough to be at home. A little bird told me you are already taking care of your tomatoes? If thats true I hope you are wearing gloves and a mask! Dont work in the dirt without protection. Watch out for all those critters living microscopicly in your dirt. I bet it was great to see all your animals. Ragdoll and I enjoyed our time spent with you in Seattle. Take care of those wounds and pace yourself.     RC



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 M-61(3 Treatments)( SOF-RIBA 2014)(SOF-RIBA-PEG 2016)(HCC 2016) (LIVER TRANSPLANT 8-2017)(VOSEVI-RIBA 2017)   SVR-12. 3-13-18 https://aasldpubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/hep4.1280   



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Wonderful news Boxers. You must be feeling so thankful to be back home, and feeling good. Carry on with your life.



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66/F Contracted Early 80's First Diagnosed Early 2000's 2017 re diagnosis and referral for treatment Gen 3a Fibroscan 8.7

Epclusa 12 weeks commenced 1 May 2018 ALT 72 AST 67

28 May 2018 4 weeks ALT 16 AST 23 ...... 23 July 2018 EOT ALT 23 AST 30 .....Oct 16 2018 SVR12 UND

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Hi Boxers,

What a wonderful update! It’s hard to believe that this is in the record books already. It seems like yesterday when you were talking to RC about how all of the works and look at you now! Knowing you’re home with a shiny new liver and a smile on your face makes us all happy. Take good care and say hello to Charles Bronson for me! Ha, Ha!



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welcome home boxers



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Gt:1a-36yrs .Started Intron-A in 96' for 2.5mo-VL still too high.taken off. Labs on 3.6.18:. A1 activity.  f3@60: fibrosur bloodtst. AFP=norm. enz=mostly norm.VL=3.9 million.sot=5.1.18>Harvoni>[8wks]: 4WEEKS=UND. Eot 6/25=Waiting for 3mo.VL.July=norm liverpanel.13weeks=UND



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Yay Boxers  That is so fantastic and amazing! 

the animals must have been pretty excited to see you, and you them of course.

I hope your hubby tended the tomatoes and they are smelling heavenly.

So glad you popped in to say hello. 

Alison  



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Yaaaaay! Yippee. Wel-come-home Boxers! biggrin C.



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Hi everyone, I apologize for taking so long to return, I am enjoying the sunshine, animals, fresh air and well you get the picture. Still dealing with the wound healing but going well. One fortunate side effect of surgery is my entire abdomen is numb, making dressing changes etc. painless. All my labs are normal, I feel like I got a new lease on life. I doubt that I will ever have a "six pack" but I never did anyway....lol! I hope everyone is doing well with their journey thru this crappy disease, so many awesome drug choices now. Well I am going to sit down and watch "Death Wish" lol!  Recommended by RC biggrin.



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65 yo female

dx. 1996

TX with interferon/riba 2001..failed

Uncompromised 2015

TX with Harvoni  2015..virus undet.

Meld 14 7/2017  TIPS 1/2017

 

TP 5/12/18 

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