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A Generic Hepatitis C Treatment Story: The Email Thread

A large part of my day is spent answering emails from people who are trying to find a reliable supplier of generic Hepatitis C medication.

Often, for good reason, these people are sceptical when I offer them medication at approximately 100th the normal retail price.

From the first email to the last I personally communicate with everyone who contacts me and support them through the various phases of their treatment experience.

There are many phases.

Some people write to me once or twice and then I never hear from them.

Other people get their treatment and our communication spans the 12 weeks of treatment and beyond.

I thought it would be interesting for people considering doing generic Hep C treatment to follow one of these conversation threads from beginning to end.

From initial sceptical enquiry, through waiting for delivery, through treatment and beyond.

This email thread from a guy in the USA covers just about every aspect of the generic Hepatitis C treatment experience.

I hope you will find it interesting and helpful.

The First Email

From: M
Sent: Tuesday, 12 June 2018 1:28 AM
To: gregjefferys@outlook.com
Subject: HEP C Treatment

 

Dear Greg,

If your website is genuine, and I truly hope it is, and if so then I say an immense Thank You in advance.

Unfortunately I cannot afford treatment in the USA.  However, I can afford to travel somewhere else.

Central America would be the closest as I live here now, and I see you’ve listed Honduras as a possible site to obtain medications.

I would appreciate any info you have and/or direct me to a contact anywhere in Central America.

If not that than I have to look at flying to Thailand and if you know of a good clinic there or Doctor,  that would be appreciated if there’s nothing in Central America.

Sincerely,

M

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Hi M

Thanks for your email.

I do understand your concerns about my site (and me) being genuine.

Two suggestions on that front.

First, if you have a Facebook account join this group, which has several hundred members who I have helped to get treatment.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1522433207869738/

Second, this page has links to many news stories about my work, stretching over the three I have been doing this.

https://www.generichepatitiscdrugs.com/7355-2/

 

On the matter of your treatment there is absolutely no need for you to travel to get the medication you need (unless you particularly want to).

I send four or five treatments to the USA every week and have been doing so for three years now without any problems.

Delivery is insured and guaranteed.

It is also possible that I may know a doctor in your part of the USA who will supervise your treatment.

So if you let me know what part of the USA you live in and also if you know which genotype of Hep C you have, then I can give you more information.

If you want to travel I would suggest India as Hep C meds in Thailand are all imported from India or Bangladesh.

Best wishes

Greg

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From; M
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2018 3:27:53 AM
To: greg jefferys
Subject: Re: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Dear Greg,

 

First let me sincerely thank you for responding.  There is nothing more valuable than time, and you have given freely of yours.

 

I see we’re close in age.  Let me assure I have had the same feelings of hopelessness that others have expressed.  I do not know my genome type.

My second and last biopsy I will ever do was done in 2002, and it was then I said never again, and accepted I would die someday probably of liver cancer.

I first tested positive for HEP C in 1993, but suspect I may have had it for up to 15 years prior to that.

I attribute that to being young and dumb and exercising self destructive behavior.

 

I have been drug free and mostly alcohol free for over 30 years now.  I again started consuming a beer or two every now and then a couple of years ago.

I know its not good for the liver but I just got to the point where I said what the hell.

If I could get medicine sent to me here in the USA it would be a Godsend.

Currently I live in El Salvador, working on a US Government contract, and as such, have access to a US Postal Address here to.  But only through the US Postal Sysytem.

However, even though I work I could not afford the treatment costs in the USA as insurance companies here have turned their backs on HEP C patients.

This was why I was asking if you knew of anyone in Central America.

That being said, I can have the medicine sent here to my current address, if it comes via government postal systems, or I can have it sent to my residential address in the USA, which is in the State of ######, if it is sent via a commercial carrier.  I would just make a weekend flight back there to pick it up.  And if it has to be signed for that may be the best option.

As i do not know my genome type, and as there probably isn’t a place or lab here in El Salvador that tests for that, it would mean having to go back to the States to test.

Can you recommend a regiment that would work on any and all of the known genome types?  And is the entire however many week regiment shipped in one shipment?

Again. I appreciate your time and yes, I would love to partake of your services.  Please let me know how and what I need to do as a next step.

Humbly,

M

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: HI M

Thanks for explaining your situation in more detail, it does help me with giving you some options.

Firstly, a beer or two is not a big issue though I would suggest giving that up for the duration of your treatment. The reason being that the liver will go through quite a profound healing process when the Hep C virus is removed and its best to let it have a clear run at that.

Once the virus is clear and the liver has stabilised then a beer or two is not an issue. I enjoy a glass or two of red wine a few times each week and my liver has gone from borderline cirrhosis (F3/F4) to being pretty much in perfect condition now.

The best treatment option if you do not know your genotype is to use Epclusa (Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Velpatasvir 100 mg) this is a treatment that will cure all genotypes.

I am attaching information on getting the generic version of that. When I say “generic” it is actually a clone… that is to say identical to Epclusa.

That would be a 12 week treatment… one pill per day for 84 days.

Please have a read through the attachment.

If you have access to the USPS then there is no problem at all sending to you. I have sent to US citizens in foreign countries by this method previously.

Best wishes

Greg

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 

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From:  M
Sent: Thursday, 14 June 2018 11:56 PM
To: greg jefferys
Subject: Re: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Again thanks Greg!

As stated, I haven’t had any testing done in over 15 years and no longer have the medical records.  I’ll see if I can get a local Doctor here to write a scipt.  I’ll work on getting that.  What exactly should the script be written for?

As I see you mostly use DHL or Fedex, I would want it sent to my home address in the USA and I would go there to pick it up.

What is your process to use a Credit Card?  PayPal?  If you need me to call you I can.

Thank You,

M

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On Thursday, June 14, 2018, 3:04:44 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

Hi M

The prescription should state either generic Epclusa or Sofosbuvir 400mg/Velpatasvir 100mg.

The medication will be sent via Express Air Mail.  When the package is sent I will email you the tracking number.

Unfortunately, PayPal does not allow transactions for pharmaceuticals.  However, I have attached banking details for money transfer and also instructions for credit card payment.

Please let me know is anything is unclear.

Best wishes

Greg

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From: M
Sent: Saturday, 16 June 2018 3:29 AM
To: greg jefferys
Subject: Re: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

Greg,

Please see attached Prescription.  Yes it is in Spanish, as I received it from my Doctor here in El Salvador, but it basically states Epclusa for 12 weeks one time a day.

I am calling the credit card company immediately after sending this.   I am telling them $1100.00, so please charge that to help cover fees and expenses.  If it is an amount more than that please let me know ASAP.   They may not ask.

 

The above billing address is my USA address here in El Salvador through the US mail system.

And they are not as reliable once its turned over.

 

Consequently I am asking that it is shipped, no matter what method of shipping is used, to my home in the United States and I will go there to retrieve it:

Shipping Address: USA

 

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On Saturday, June 16, 2018, 2:29:53 AM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

Hi M

The card transaction has been approved and your medication has been ordered a short while ago. Attached is your invoice/receipt

I will email you the tracking number within the next 4 days.

Best wishes

Greg

 

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From:  M
Sent: Sunday, 17 June 2018 12:48 AM
To: greg jefferys
Subject: Re: RE:

Dear Greg,

Thank You.

Once I have a tracking number, do you have any idea, give or take two or three days, when the package may arrive, based on past experience?  I ask so that i can make travel arrangements and shoot to be in the States for a week’s window, hoping the package’s arrival will coincide with that window.  If you could, please give an indication when you send the tracking number.

 

Of course, I know I could always wait until I know for sure it’s there and having waited all these years a week or two shouldn’t make a difference, but I am just very anxious to get started, as I want to be done with this virus.

I appreciate fully the suggestions you offered, such as not drinking too much water on intake, which are those things I would not have known or thought to consider.  If there are any changes physically or mentally I will go through during the course of the therapy, that I should be made aware of, then any knowledge you may be able to pass long would also be appreciated.

Once again I cannot thank you enough for your service, and I am impressed and inspired that you strive to help the less fortunate.   Please let me know if there is some way I can help you in that endeavor.

Gratefully yours,

M

 

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On Saturday, June 16, 2018, 3:00:51 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

Hi M

The tracking number is EM##############.  The package will be despatched tomorrow and by Wednesday you will be able to track it on this web site:

https://www.ems.post/en/global-network/tracking.

From past experience it takes about 10 days to arrive at your address.

I have attached more information regarding licensed generic Epclusa, tips that will be helpful during your treatment.

Also, I am always available to assist you and answer your questions that might arise when you are taking your medication. Don’t hesitate to email me and I will get back to you as soon as I possibly can.

Best wishes

Greg

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From:  M
Sent: Tuesday, 3 July 2018 1:43 AM
To: greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
Subject: Re: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

Greg,

EMS no longer has info on this shipment and when I call the EMS phone number for the USA it is a United States Post Office phone number, and all I get is voice mail.  It is apparently now tracking via the USPS.

Welcome | USPS

 

Welcome | USPS

Welcome to USPS.com. Find information on our most convenient and affordable shipping and mailing services. Use o…

 

Apparently this shipment is stuck in USA Customs since it arrived in NYC on the 22nd of June.

Are you aware of any other shipments to the USA that have been help up this long?

Thank You.

M

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On Monday, July 2, 2018, 4:56:00 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

Hi M

Yes just use the USPS tracking.

I just checked and your parcel is now at US Customs

Tracking Number: EM948962047IN

Your item is being processed by United States Customs.

Status

In-Transit

Inbound Into Customs

Get Updates 

 

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From: M
Sent: Tuesday, 3 July 2018 9:47 AM
To: greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Thanks Greg.   Yes, it’s been in that status for over a week now.  This concerns me as it seems excessive to be stuck in Customs without someone clearing it by now.   EMS, it’s supposed to be an expedited service?

M

 

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On Monday, July 2, 2018, 6:27:05 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

Hi M

It is quite normal for parcels to sit in Customs Clearance for a week or even two weeks. Every thing just piles up there and its just a matter of how many people are working on clearing the backlog.

I do understand it is frustrating but please be assured that in 3 years of sending these meds to the USA there has been 100% clearance rate through Customs and only one parcel has gone missing in that time, out of several thousand, and that one parcel appears to have been stolen during the delivery process. So your odds are pretty good

Best wishes

Greg

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From: M
Sent: Tuesday, 3 July 2018 10:43 AM
To: greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Again, Thank You.  Just anxious to receive it, that’s all!

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On Monday, July 2, 2018, 6:47:03 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

HI M

Its called Delivery Anxiety… A common issue for people waiting for delivery of something that may save their life 😊

Greg

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From: M
Sent: Wednesday, 18 July 2018 1:58 AM
To: greg jefferys
Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

Just wanted to let you know I finally received the package today, after some hiccups.  I read through the documentation that came in the box of pills, and will begin my 84 day regiment very shortly (once I get some food),which should finish me up around October 9th.  That coincides with the next trip planned back to the States, at which time I’ll have a blood test done to see how it went.

Again, thanks.   I plan to stay in touch.

M

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From: greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
To:  M
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 4:52 PM
Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Hi M

Finally – Good news. Thank you for letting me know you have received your medication.  Good luck with your treatment and I am looking forward to your progress report.

Attached is some more information regarding generic Epslusa – tips that will be helpful during your treatment.

Best wishes

Greg

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From:  M
Sent: Friday, 12 October 2018 2:40 AM
To: greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
Subject: Re: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: HEP C Treatment

 

Hello Greg,

Well, I finished my 84 day treatment this past Monday and was blood tested yesterday.  The doctor tells me that I am still showing positive for the virus.

I am very disheartened to say the least, and at a loss.

Again, Thanks for the prior assistance.  I guess it was worth a shot.

Sincerely,

M

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On Thursday, October 11, 2018, 9:03:36 PM EDT, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

HI M

Firstly, I am pretty sure you have been incorrectly advised and you will find that you are in fact cured.

I am saying this because I believe you have not had the correct blood test. The reason I say this is that you need to have a VIRAL LOAD test  (Also known as an RNA test)  to confirm if you are still infected with Hep C. An RNA test usually takes at least 5 days to process. If you had the test yesterday and have the results today this means that you had a Hep C antibody test. You will ALWAYS be positive for Hep C antibodies. These antibodies are made by your own immune system and will always be present in your blood.

If you want to be sure you need to get a viral load test, this will cost you about $90.

You should also read this post on the subject

https://www.generichepatitiscdrugs.com/hepatitis-c-antibody-test/

Please confirm which test you had.

Best wishes

Greg

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On Friday, October 12, 2018, 7:05:51 AM EDT, M wrote:

Ok, Firstly, again Thank You for getting back to me and for your time.

Thank you also for the additional info, and the explanations for and about the different tests, for which I was ignorant.  Your explanations make perfect sense.

I am back Stateside, having arrived here to coincide with the end of the treatment, so I could be tested here and not in El Salvador.  I did not think, or should I say I did not trust testing done in El Salvador, and at this point, based on your info, I doubt that even if they could test for the antibody, they could test for the viral load there.

 

Hence the return here to the USA.  I was scheduled to go back to El Salvador this coming Monday, but will extend as long as I have to in order to get a RNA test performed.

I will keep you appraised.

God Bless!

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From:  M
Sent: Friday, 12 October 2018 10:22 PM
To: Greg Jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com>
Subject: Re: HEP C Treatment

 

After reading the link you sent, I should have added that although the Doctor probably did only ask for an antibody test, he did ask for and I received a batch of liver function tests, all of which came back as my liver functioning properly with no adverse indications of liver malfunction.

His “diagnosis” (and he probably was unaware of the RNA test as he is my old family doctor whom I have seen since I was 6 years old, making him about 85 to 90) was that, yes you have the virus, but its asymptomatic. His advice was to live a relatively clean life and not to worry about it, as my liver, based on the liver function tests, appeared to be functioning properly.

Having said that I will still get the RNA test and hope for the best!

Again Thank You!

M

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On Friday, October 12, 2018, 7:18:14 PM CST, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

 

 

Hi M

Unfortunately, your doctor, obviously, knows not very much about Hep C.

If your liver function test shows your liver is fine I would bet money you are fine.

I am certain that the RNA test will show Undetected

Best wishes

Greg

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THE FINAL EMAIL

 

 

Dear Greg,

 

I went back to the States over the Holidays and had an RNA test conducted, as this was my first opportunity since completion of the regiment in October.

Today I received word that no virus was detected.  Wonderful news and I am sure you can relate to what I’m feeling.

 

First, I want to express my deepest and warmest Thanks to you personally.

Secondly, I made a vow to myself that if this treatment worked I would, as an expression of my gratitude, send you enough funds to treat someone else; not less deserving as all are, but someone or ones less fortunate.

My treatment was $1000.00, and if still the same, please let me know and again, give me a PayPal email account to send it to you at.  I trust you will find someone in need and dispense accordingly.

 

If there is ever anything I can do for you, all you need do is ask. Period.

 

M

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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