Dear Chapel, LG, Gaj
Thanks for all your advices and sorry for my late response.
Yes, I already did when receiving the prescription for only 14 days, but my hepatologist (PhD, members of AGA, AASLD and EASL) said:
"If you want me to monitor your re-treatment course, just follow my instructions. So you think that you can buy 6 bottles and take all those pills then you will be cured ? It's not that easy, if not we doctors don't have to work any more ! Just buy 1 bottle, take the 12 days dose and come back here to make a blood test, then I'll decide what's next ! "
What can I ask more !!!
Hi Dr. Freeman,
I'm from Vietnam and I heard of your Redemption Trials, unfortunately the reasons I can't register are:
- can't afford as my budget is quite limited.
- can't make import customs clearance as I can't get import permission for personal treatment due to doctor's prescription limited for only 14 days. Incepta already offered me to ship meds CIF Hochiminh but I'll be responsible for customs release (big greedy mouth)
- can't wire money abroad due to strict bank regulations (lack of suitable prescription and import permission)
Therefore, I have go to Thailand to fetch the meds with the help from one active member of Hep C Treatment w/o Borders.
I'm feeling warmly touched by your concern and always listening to further advices.
GT-6a, diagnosed '08, relapsed after 78 weeks Tx PEG/Riba -Fibroscan '14 (F3/F4), Ultrasound with borderline cirrhosis without nodules, still compensated.
Post re-Tx: VL: 10,100,000 IU/ml - PLT:120 - GGT: 43.42 - AST: 67.80 - ALT: 63.32 - Fibroscan: F4.
Start Hepcivir L+Rib 24 weeks on April 2nd '16.
Day 12: VL 567 IU/ml GGT 33 AST 32 ALT 30
Day 24: VL 29 IU/m GGT 28 AST 26 ALT 24
Day 56: VL UND GGT 27 AST 28 ALT 37
Day 84: VL UND GGT 30, AST 28, ALT 33, AFP 5.14