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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #1912

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Great news for UK heppers on Greg's blog, Oct 29 entry:


hepatitisctreatment.homestead.com/twinvir-bangladesh.html

Greg can now supply on the basis of only a healthcare provider letter which confirms the patient's HepC status (we all have those). No prescription required. :woohoo:
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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #1913

OMG, what wonderful news. Greg is the man. New hope for so many heppers. I do hope USA will be next on the easier to ship list.
Tx naive, HepC since 1984
Geno 1a
VL 15 million
F4 , AST 189, ALT 295
Started APIs from Mesochem 11/24/15, will be doing 24 weeks
First blood test will be 1/5/16
Huge thanks to buyers club, Dr. Freeman, Emilio, all who helped and cared
Fingers crossed, no real sides from tx. feeling good
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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #1917

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WOW! Really EXCITING news!

At last, a way through the bog of bureaucracy .... Greg you are a legend.

So happy for all the heppers in UK. :P :P :P :P :P
NSW Australia. Genotype 1b 30+ years, F0-F1, VL 91,000 Feb 2015 (740,000 in 2010), Tx naive.
Ordered Sof/Dac from Buyers Club 21 Sept, received 14 Oct.
Virus UNDETECTED at 3 weeks AND 12 weeks (EOT) AND SVR4 AND SVR12 AND SVR24. :-)
A thousand thankyous to Dr James and the amazing FixHepC team.
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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #1953

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Greg rocks! B)

ever since I got the news I started to feel much better already :)
Geno 3, Fibro 8.7 pKA, tx experinced in 2005 - Peg/Riba, relapsed.
Started tx 1/12/2015 with Indian Sofo & Chinese Dac.
5 weeks result all normal, ALT 18 - down from ALT 73 at the start of tx.
5 weeks HCV PCR RNA - UND. - down from 2 ML
9 weeks HCV PCR RNA - UND.
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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #2110

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Good news. I'm getting ready for Indian Harvoni.
Gen 1b, F1-F2. Naive.
Started Twinvir tx on 2 nd of December 2015 for 12 weeks.
Starting VL 400000, Alt 49/AST 44
1 week VL 29, ALT 44/AST 30.
4 weeks VL 12, ALT 33, Platelets 145, all other tests normal.
7 weeks VL Detected, ALT 28, all other normal
8 weeks UND, 12 week UND, 24 week SVR UND
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BIG news on Greg's blog fou UK patients 3 years 6 months ago #2249

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Having read your thread detailing what you have to deal with on the NHS Alsdad.....

Australia's system might have a few faults but damn you are behind the 8 ball in so many ways...this is great news for you guys :)
GT1a since 1988, diagnosed 1990
F0, tx naive
VL 262,000 ALT 40 AST 26 GGT 13 Fibroscan 04/12/15 - 2.9
Started Mesochem sof/dac 12 weeks 01/01/2016
11/02/2016 - 6 weeks UNDETECTED
AST 26
ALT 26
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