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... whether you can risk being in the placebo group for months ahead. ... (7 replies)
... Riba after 24 weeks, partial responder, just not enough. While keeping on a positive note and going on in the best way possible, I do need to do something. ... (7 replies)
... When I was first diagnosed my doctor had sugested I wait for the Pegacy's to become available, then there was a delay in the FDA Approval of it. ... (8 replies)

... However, even the very best doctor can say or do something boneheaded. And I think your doctor did when he predicted that you have cirrhosis and that you would have major problems after 50. That is completely wrongheaded for people with a stage 3 or for those over 50. Stage 3 is NOT cirrhosis. ... (5 replies)
Hep C/ Kambucha
Jul 30, 2006
... My suggestion would be to get a second, quite independent, opinion right away. stage 3 0r 4 fibrosis with 'some' cirrhosis is definitely NOT too far gone for treatment. Pegasys in particular has shown real results in the research, with patients further along than this. ... (7 replies)
... levels, but that finding may be reversed in patients who have cirrhosis. ... (3 replies)
... my grading seems to be low. Can you tell me where do I stand as far as the hep C damage on my liver. Although I have fibrosis, am I in a better shape because of my mild grades? ... (8 replies)
Jan 27, 2003
... I dont know what stage of the virus I am in nor do I know how that is tested for. Does a biopsy show this? ... (2 replies)
... Please help me. I am 22 years old and my 56 year old dad was diagnosed with cirrhosis a couple of weeks ago from hep c...they think hes had hep for decades and cirrhosis for years...he just randomly became ill a few weeks ago and built up fluid in his abdomen...his doctor ran tests and thats when we discovered all this... ... (3 replies)
... s now the standard of care to vaccinate against hepA and B. One liver disease is more than enough for anyone, and hepA has been been known to cause liver failure in combination with hepC. ... (7 replies)
... up have suggested that there is no difference in early patient and graft survival. ... (3 replies)
... Your experience is consistent with a trend noted in the FDA approval hearing at the FDA. ... (2 replies)
... From birth to about 20 years of age, chronic carriers of hepatitis B have high levels of virus in their liver, but their liver remains healthy and NOT inflamed because the immune system has not decided to attack yet. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Sandy, Yes, this grading system looks different from what we usually see here. However, only minimal piecemeal necrosis means earlier stages of fibrosis, and not being able to rule out bridging fibrosis ( a later stage) is worrisome but not the same as finding bridging, and prominently. So, it looks like two things: first, you have moderate fibrosis, according to... (5 replies)
Pegasys Question
Mar 2, 2004
... many here more qualified to answer on the side effects of Pegasys than am I, but I can confirm your suspicion that it ain't "like water." Pegasys has been shown in some studies to have somewhat lesser side effects than other interferons, but only somewhat. ... (7 replies)
First Timer
Jun 23, 2002
... I am stage 3a...but this last biopsy showed signs of probable cirrhosis...thats what made me make up my mind for sgot and sgpts were up in the 189's now they are normal...I am on a low dose of interferone but a high dose of rebetol 800 mils a day. ... (11 replies)
... No comment on the Alfa test, but liver cancer does not happen in the absence of cirrhosis. He should have known that. ... (26 replies)
... Been there and done it. All I can say is hang in there. It is rough, seeing your hubby deteriorate cuz of tx and change into a Riba Monster. My hubby went on anti's about 4 months into his year of tx. ... (9 replies)
... ow, my work situation's a little more precarious than his! Like, I start taking sick time, maybe they consider me dispensable the next time there's a "reduction in force". ... (9 replies)
... ree and colleagues from BI reported the discovery of a small, selective and potent inhibitor of the NS3 serine protease. The drug, BILN 2061, demonstrated potent in vitro activity and good pharmacokinetics and safety in animal species. ... (1 replies)

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