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    New treatments for hepatitis C
    Melissa Palmer, MD posted:
    I'll be appearing on Sirius Radio, channel 114 (on XM, channel 119) on Monday April 14, from 9-9:30 A.M. discussing the new protease inhibitors telaprevir and boceprevir for hep C. Please tune in and ask questions live!
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    hawgfan responded:
    Don't have Sirius, any chance of getting transcript / podcast?
    billm57 replied to hawgfan's response:
    heres the latest from easl 2011
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to billm57's response:
    For the future, you can get a "guest pass" and listen free for a week...

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    more2c responded:
    wish I could have heard this. Don't have sirius radio.
    Godson44444 responded:
    I was infected by food poisoning or decayed food when i was a small young boy , and was visiting hospitals for solution to my infection , but with all what i was prscribed to use against the illness , ,am still not confortables withing my body , so please i will be so greatful if am advice on what i could do to fight this illness , i mean orthentic medication ,


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