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    holly69 posted:
    I realize that but just don't want the HepC to attack new liver and start out with damage right away. But I understand that they think I am too sick to do the HepC treatment without killing my liver entirely. The frustration is I feel pretty good most days; so I feel like I am just in limbo waiting. Thanks. Holly
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    oldtiff47 responded:
    OVER MY YEARS ON LINE WITH HEP I HAVE SEEN MANY THAT ARE PUT ON LIST AND THEY IMPROVE ....THEY LEARN TO DO WHAT NEEDS DONE TO FEEL BETTER.....
    YOU HAVE A GREAT TEAM OF MD'S I AM SURE AND THEY ARE WALKING THIS WALK WITH YOU KIDDO...

    HAVE A GREAT WEEK-END

    TIFF
    DON'T TAKE YOUR ORGANS TO HEAVEN...HEAVEN KNOWS WE NEED THEM HERE !!


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