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The Cost of Hep C Treatment in the Philippines

The Cost of Hepatitis C Treatment in the Philippines

About one in every 140 Filipinos is infected with Hepatitis C. This means there are nearly 1 million Filipinos infected with Hepatitis C. Yet the cost of Hepatitis C treatment in the Philippines is too expensive for most Filipinos to be able to afford treatment.
For example a 12 weeks treatment with Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir will cost between 15,000 and 25,000 pesos. Buying Epclusa (Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Velpatasvir 100 mg) in the Philippines will cost around 25,000 to 40,000 pesos depending on where you buy from.
Filipinos buying Hep C treatment through my Hep C Buyers’ Club get the lowest prices for Hepa C treatment using approved Hepa C medication. The price of Hep C treatment for Filipinos is only 15,000 pesos, that is using the combination of Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Daclatasvir 60 gm, which is a pan-genotype Hep C treatment like Epclusa. Or if preferred the treatment using Sofosbuvir + Velpatasvir will cost 25,000 pesos. These prices include shipping to anywhere in the Philippines.

The Real Price Of Hep C Meds in the Philippines

At first glance people from the USA or Europe may think “Wow, that is a great price for Hep C treatment!” but in reality, it is not a cheap price for most Filipinos.
The average wage in the Philippines is about US$50 per week. Many people earn much less than that. For example, a construction worker may earn only around US$30 per week.
So for a person on the average wage in the Philippines, the cost of a 12-week Hep C treatment would be about 4 months’ wages.
When you add to this that most people on the average wage in the Philippines have no spare money out of their wages for saving, you see that raising US$300 or $400 for Hep C treatment is going to be very, very difficult.

Michael de Mesa Filipino movie star and Hep C advocate who was cured of Hep C by using my Hep C Buyers Club

Mylan’s Hep C medicine in the Philippines

Mylan is a US pharmaceutical giant that makes a large lump of its vast profits out of making low priced medication. Mylan has factories in India and makes a lot of different medication there, including Hepa C drugs, which are sold throughout Asia and the rest of the world.
A couple of years ago Mylan reached an agreement with the Philippines government to sell its Hep C medicines there. Interestingly they used one of the Philippines ‘ most famous movie stars, Michael de Mesa, to promote the arrival of  Mylan Hepa C meds.
Michael is an exceptional Filipino because he is one of the few celebrities to go public about his Hep C infection and subsequent cure. Michael has been a great Hep C advocate in the Philippines.
My own relationship with Michael de Mesa is that I supplied him with Hep C medicine from India back in 2016.
Michael was fortunate in that he had good medical support and an informed doctor and could also easily afford the price of the Hepatitis C medicine that I organized for him.
However, the majority of Filipinos with Hepatitis C are not so fortunate. Even the price of Mylan’s Hep C treatment is very high for Filipinos with Hep C.  Most will struggle to find enough money to be able to afford the basic Hepatitis C tests like a viral load test or a genotype test. Finding the money to buy Mylan’s Harvoni or  Sofosbuvir plus Daclatasvir will most often involve going into debt with local money lenders.

Low-Cost Hepatitis C Treatment in the Philippines

It is for the above reason that I began my program of supplying low-priced Hepatitis C medicine in the Philippines. Whilst buying Hep C treatment from a pharmacist in the Philippines will cost about US$800 (around 39,000 pesos) I will supply the same treatment for 15,000 pesos (around US$300) including the shipping.

How can I supply Hepatitis C treatment so cheaply in the Philippines?

The reason is very simple, I put people before profits. Because of the economic situation in the Philippines, I am happy to supply Hepatitis C medication at my cost price.

Yet despite this very few Filipinos are aware that they can buy the Hep C medicines at such, relatively low prices. The reason for this is that the news media does not ever cover this subject matter. Whilst Mylan is able to spend a small fortune promoting the launch of its Hepa C treatments I must rely of news being spread by word of mouth because the news media in the Philippines will not cover the important issue of the cost of Hep C treatment and the devastating effects that untreated Hep C has on Filipinos and the Philippines economy.

Recently I sent press releases to various Philippines news media groups and prominent journalists. I did not get even one response.

And so it is that situations arise where doctors tell their patients not to use Hepa C meds imported from India but to buy the local Mylan product, even though it is made in India and almost triple the price.

Bad Treatment Advice from a Filipino Doctor

Below is a conversation thread I had with a Filipino whose mother needed Hep C treatment. Even though he wanted to get her medication through my Hep C Buyers’ Club his mother’s doctor persuaded her not to allow it. Instead, they had to use their savings to buy exactly the same product for triple the price from their local pharmacy.

Conversation Thread

You sent Today at 2:00 PM
Could you please tell me what you paid for the Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir?
Tony sent Today at 3:59 PM
800$ u.s dollar = 39,000 pesos for 3 months of Hep C treatment here in Philippines
I said to the doctor that i want to purchase from you cuz the cost 50% much cheaper.
You sent Today at 4:00 PM
Why didn’t you get it from me? Its only 17,000 pesos for exactly the same?
Tony sent Today at 4:03 PM
I told the dr. That can i buy the Hep C medicine from india? Cuz someone in the hep c community will help us and it cost cheaper. The doctor reply no! Just buy it locally. ?
You sent Today at 4:03 PM
Look at the boxes… they were all made in India and imported… The doctor probably made a nice profit
Tony sent Today at 4:05 PM
Yeah… she was so curious that where i got any info about the hep c drugs. Cuz i already know the medicine without telling us first
You sent Today at 4:05 PM
May I ask what your monthly income is?
Tony sent Today at 4:06 PM
Hmm usual is about US300$ a month But due to pandemic it become US160$
You sent Today at 4:07 PM
It makes me very sad that you have paid double the correct price for these medicines!!!
Tony sent Today at 4:09 PM
I try convince my mother so much to buy from India but she want to follow the doctor’s orders.
Tony sent Today at 4:09 PM
? I don’t have the credentials to convince her. So sad.
Tony sent Today at 4:09 PM
You help many Filipinos. Thank you so much for that sir.

Filipino Doctors and Hep C Treatment

Nowadays a lot of my work is helping people in poor countries, such as the Philippines and Nigeria, to access Hepatitis C treatment. One of the barriers that I come up against is that many doctors in these countries do not understand Hepatitis C or its treatment.

Lately I have had a number of examples of doctors from poorer countries prescribing totally the wrong medication for the treatment of Hep C.

Whilst I am not a doctor I do know quite a lot about Hep C and Hep C treatment and am happy to share this information for free.

Below is an example of what I am talking about. A Filipino person has written to me asking for advice after their doctor prescribed Interferon to treat their Hep C.

Hepa C Treatment in the Philippines

To: gregjefferys@outlook.com
Subject: Inquire about Medicines for HCV

Good Day Sir Greg

My doctor prescribed medicine for my HVC, in case when I was going to buy the medicine at the Mercury Drug Store, it was said that the medicine had been theirs since 2010.

peginterferon alpha-2a

That’s the name of the medicine I prescribed.

What is the possible replacement for that?

Tagalog language (Filipino)

Good day Sir Greg

Nag- reseta po kase ang doctor ko ng gamot para sa HVC ko, kaso nung bibilihin ko na po sa Mercury Drug Store yung gamot phase out na daw po ang gamot na yung sa kanila since 2010 pa po. 

peginterferon alfa-2a

Yan po ang pangalan ng gamot na ni reseta sakin.

Ano po kaya ang pweding kapalit para jan?

My Reply

Hi Rodolfo

Unfortunately, your doctor is giving you very bad advice.

The medicine he has prescribed for you has not been used for the treatment of Hepatitis C for many years.

Peginterferon alpha-2a is not an effective treatment for Hepatitis C and also has many bad side effects.

A much better treatment is the combination of Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Daclatasvir 60 mg.

This combination of drugs is more effective than peginterferon alpha-2a and has much fewer side effects.

The cost for a 12-week treatment is 17,000 pesos including delivery.

Please let me know if you have any questions

Best wishes


Tagalog language (Filipino)

Kumusta Rodolfo

Sa kasamaang palad ang iyong doktor ay nagbibigay sa iyo ng napakasamang payo.

Ang gamot na inireseta niya para sa iyo ay hindi nagamit para sa paggamot ng Hepatitis C sa loob ng maraming taon.

Ang Peginterferon alpha-2a ay hindi isang mabisang paggamot para sa Hepatitis C at mayroon ding maraming masamang epekto.

Ang isang mas mahusay na paggamot ay ang kumbinasyon ng Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Daclatasvir 60 mg.

Ang kombinasyon ng mga gamot na ito ay mas epektibo kaysa sa peginterferon alpha-2a at may mas kaunting mga epekto.

Ang gastos para sa isang 12 linggong paggamot ay 15,000 pesos kasama na ang paghahatid.

Mangyaring ipaalam sa akin kung mayroon kang anumang mga katanungan

Pinakamahusay na pagbati


Cost of Hep C treatment for Filipinos

The Cost of Hepatitis C Treatment in the Philippines can vary a lot

Having Hepatitis C in the Philippines

Many people think that accessing Hep C treatment is pretty easy nowadays, and in some countries it is, but in many countries thousands of  people are dying every day from this easy to cure disease simply because they can not afford Hepatitis C treatment.

Nowadays a lot of my work revolves around helping people living in low-income situations in wealthy countries and people with low incomes in more impoverished countries such as the Philippines and Nigeria to access affordable Hepatitis C treatment.

In these countries, people with Hepatitis C face the double barriers of the high cost of medicines and the high cost of Hep C testing.

Hep C in the Philippines, the needless death of a Mother.

Recently, a few weeks ago, a young Filipino man joined our Hepatitis C support group of Facebook. He was asking about the cost of Hepatitis C medicines on behalf of his mother, who had Hepatitis C. It was explained to him that the normal cost of Hep C treatment was around US$550. At this news he was very distressed because, even with all his family contributing, there was no way that they could raise such an amount of money.

A few of our group members suggested he contact me, because I will supply Hep C treatment at my cost price to people in need.

So he contacted me but before we could discuss options is mother was admitted to hospital with liver failure and died two days later.

It was a great tragedy, his mother was only in her early 50’s and her death could have easily been prevented had her family known to contact me a few months earlier.

But in the Philippines, the cost of a medical treatment is high, beyond the reach of most Filipinos. For example genotype test is around US$200, about a total month’s wages. A Hep C viral load test in the Philippines will cost about the same, about 7,000 pesos, (about US$180).

Hepa C medication is available in the Philippines but is controlled by a corporate entity with government connections and the price of treatment is somewhere between US$800 and US$1,000, or about 4 months’ wages.

Based on WHO data the infection rate for Hepatitis C in the Philippines is a little less than 1% of the population, though data on this subject is difficult to sure of due to the heavy stigma associated with having Hep C in the Philippines.

In cases like the Philippines and Nigeria, and actually for anyone in a low-income situation anywhere, I supply Hep C meds at below my cost price. A 12 weeks treatment will cost 17,000 pesos including shipping.

To help you further understand how difficult things are for average income earners in countries like the Philippines I would like to share the some stories with you.

These were written at my request, one by a Filipino man, from Cebu, who works in the IT industry and has a reasonable wage by Filipino standards, but could not afford Hep C treatment. The other Hep C story is from a Filipina woman, also from Cebu, who was desperate to get treatment for her partner who had chronic Hepatitis C as well as liver cirrhosis and jaundice. After being bled dry by the Philippines medical services, doctors, hospitals and pathology she finally made contact with me and I was able to organise Hep C medication for her husband. Please read these Hep C stories to get an idea what is happening to the tens of millions of people with Hep C who live in the poorer nations.

Getting Hepatitis C Treatment in the Philippines

Below is the email Orville wrote to me in late 2018 asking for help with his Hep C. Following the email is the story he wrote about his journey from dying with Hep C to being completely cured.

Hi Greg,

 Good Day!

 I’m Orville and I’m From Cebu, Philippines.

 I was diagnosed with HCV around 2012 or 2013. I’ll check my results for the viral load figures, I think it was around 31 Million.

 I haven’t undergone any treatment.. I was referred by my doctor for a free treatment program, actually a trial using a new medicine. If I was lucky I would be a subject for trial of the said medicine.. However, I didn’t make it due to a large number of patients are already lined up to get the free treatment in the trial.

So all my hope of getting the treatment is gone because I can not afford the price of the Hepa C medicine.

 I’ve been looking for a support group online and Thank God I found the fb page of yours which most of the members are Pinoys.

 I’ve been very depressed about this illness and thinking when would the symptoms arise that may lead to my death. I have had an ultrasound scan that shows that my liver is enlarged and there are lesions on my liver too.

I am looking forward for your advise and suggestions for me to cope up with HCV..

 Thank you and more power.



My HCV Hopes and Expectations

By Orville John P. Caña

August 14, 2019


I am aware that once an HCV positive person dies, he/she will be cremated or be buried the soonest time possible. I already gave instructions to my wife that my body should be cremated when I pass away. My wife won’t take it seriously. My kids are also aware of my condition but I know they’re too young to absorb this fact.

A few months ago, I was browsing through the internet searching for an online support group for HCV. I found some sites but I can’t seem to find fellow Filipino members.

I tried searching on Facebook, and to my surprise, a group exists with lots of Filipino members.

In an instant, my frustrations in getting an HCV treatment turned into hope right after I joined

the Facebook group Hepatitis C Treatment and Support in the Philippines by Greg Jefferys.

 Right after a brief reading of its group description, I immediately message Greg and gained a prompt response.

I also read Greg’s blog as well as testimonies of fellow HCV patients posted on the said Facebook group which changed my life’s point of view.

It’s more than 6 years since I found out about my HCV and I’ve never been this hopeful right now.

I look forward that many more fellow HCV patients could gain access to affordable treatment through the help of Greg.

My life would be much meaningful knowing that I’d be free from the dreaded HCV virus which lurked inside me for quite some time that caused me too much worrying and depression.

Being free from the HCV virus would lead me to a much positive and healthier life.

In this way, I may live longer to be able to sustain my family’s needs especially my daughters’ education.

I couldn’t thank Greg more enough for such great help to a lot of HCV patients.


Journey towards wellness written September 2021

I was very excited when Greg told me that he had my medicines shipped already.

I started the treatment sometime in September 2019 until December.

I was not hesitant to take the medicines without a prescription since I can attest its effectiveness based on Greg’s articles and patients’ testimonies on the HCV Support group on Facebook.

Based on the article provided by Greg regarding Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir, there may be possible side effects during treatment but fortunately, I haven’t experienced anything.

Everything just felt normal while I’m on treatment.

I believed that the treatment works and still continue to take care of myself by doing exercise, avoiding alcohol and foods that could damage the liver.

The good news

After completing my 3-month treatment period last December of 2019, I haven’t had myself tested for HCV RNA since I can’t afford it due to its 8,000php cost. Our company’s insurance is being renewed yearly and unfortunately, that time, our insurance company was different and does not cover HCV RNA testing. Because of the high price of the Hep C RNA test in the Philippines I could not afford to have the test to confirm if I was cured or not.

Thankfully around 2020, our company decided to enroll us in the same health insurance company that covers HCV RNA testing. I was not able to have myself checked immediately for Hep C RNA due to the Covid-19 pandemic that limits the movement of the people due to government restrictions.

So I waited… I felt like my Hep C had been cured but I did not know it for certain.

Another good news is when 2021 came, our company renewed the contract to the same health insurance and I took the opportunity to visit a gastroenterologist and shared everything about my HCV.

I was then referred for various laboratory tests such as HCV RNA, SGPT, Uric acid, CBC, Cholesterol, etc.

I also underwent a full abdomen ultrasound and the results were amazing. My liver is no longer enlarged and the lesions are already gone. My other organs as well were in healthy condition.

The HCV RNA result took approximately 2 weeks to arrive and I was optimistic that HCV will no longer be detected.

After several days of waiting, the result’s finally here. It did show my desired and expected result “Not Detected”.

Even though I already expected it but the feeling is unexplainable. Reading an official medical result that showed that I am free from HCV gave me relief and freed me from my long years of despair.

Thanks to the man above for making Greg an instrument to help fellow HCV patients most especially the less fortunate.

Ang aking inaasahan


A Wife’s Story


I would like to share my story about having Hepatitis C in the Philippines, and also, at the same time, raise awareness regarding the struggle we’ve been through trying to get Hepatitis C treatment in the Philippines. Made especially difficult during these trying times of COVID 19.

My partner is a 42-year old man from Cebu in the Philippines, he works as a collector with a basic salary of 11,000 pesos a month, that’s about US$200 per month. Of his monthly wage, we are having a net of 2,000 pesos left over at the end of each month, more or less, after rent, food and other living expenses. So at the end of the payday we have about not much left. Unfortunately, he went through the medical services here in the past year and we had to take out loans to pay for these, so we do not have much left.

Hep C Symptoms

My partner’s Hepatitis C story started last year when I noticed him that he is always feeling weak, easily got tired, he always wants to sleep,. His urine colour became a very pale light red, and his skin colour turns yellow. He usually complained about the stomach pain but the day after he’ll be feeling a little better.

Then things became worse, it was on 14th of Nov. 2020, then starts the scariest part of my life when he is again complaining about the stomach pain but this time it is severe.

He has difficulties in breathing, he can’t stand alone, and he screams a lot. My body was shaking during those times and still remember my teary eyes as I try to help him in some ways.

I was asking God please do not take him, not now my Lord! I rushed him to the nearest public hospital; There they do some lab tests and tell him to buy prescribed medicine. We spent over 15,000 pesos that one time to visit the hospital.

The High Cost of Hepatitis C in Philippines Hospitals

Then on the other day, the doctor requested an ultrasound.

Days passed, the result came. The doctor said my partner had liver cirrhosis which was too shocking for us. He said the only way to cure him is to have a liver transplant or to die.

Like, what?

How can we afford to pay for a liver transplant?

No mention about Hepatitis C or the cause of the liver problems from this doctor.

Then on 7th day of Dec. 2020 we look for another opinion this time in a liver specialist.

The Liver doctor made another set of requests for lab tests which cost 2,000 pesos and another set of medicines that cost more or less 15,000

Then we come to the third week of Dec.

At this time the liver doctor requested an HCV RNA TEST that cost 9,500 pesos and the result came to us on Jan. 15th 2021.

Of course, we were hoping that the doctor will give us positive feedback that my partner’s liver is okay but it was a negative.

This is when we learn, finally, that my partner has Hepatitis C.  The doctor this time prescribed another set of medicine including 12 weeks of treatment with SOFOBUSVIR/LEDIPASVIR( Harvoni) @ cost of 39,000 pesos (about US$850) plus  LIVAMIN@92 pesos and NORMIX@110  pesos. We can’t afford to buy all this medicine especially the SOFOBUSVIR/LEDIPASVIR since we’re now financially unstable.

Hep C medicines Philippines

Harvoni in the Philippines will cost about US$850, more than 4 months wages for the average Filipino

Who can survive Hepatitis C

Deep inside I do have some worries that what if my partner will be dead soon.

Is he really going to leave us?

Is there a possibility he’ll be cured?

What happened next if I we aren’t able to buy those expensive medicines?

It scares me a lot…

As of now while we can’t afford to buy his meds, and let him drink turmeric tea hoping and praying it can help support his condition though I know what he really needs right now is the Sofosbuvir medicine.

Searching For Hep C Information

Meanwhile, being desperate I began to search the internet for some information or help.

I was hoping to look for a group that might answers my questions or some testimony of an individual who has HCV or a living testimony of a HCV survivor individual through SOCIAL MEDIA.

I joined the Facebook group “HEPATITIS C TREATMENT CURE AND COMMUNITY” and noticed there that Mr. GREG JEFFERYS constantly giving advice from a post. I was very curious about him and checked his FB account and found out his blog about HCV. I felt so happy that I found the right man who can answer my questions!

Now Mr. Jefferys explained to me that he will supply Hepatitis C medicines to people of the Philippines for the total price of 15,000 pesos instead of 39,000 pesos.

He also explained to me that the medicine that the specialist liver doctor prescribed for my partner was not the best option.

He explained that Sofosbuvir + Ledipasvir was only a good treatment for Hepatitis C genotype 1. Because we could not afford a genotype test we did not know the genotype of Hepatitis C.

In this case Mr. Jefferys explained to me that Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir is a much better treatment option because it will cure all genotypes of Hepatitis C.

Now the medicines are in the mail to us and we are waiting for them to arrive in the Philippines and we hope it is not too late.

Salute to sir Greg Jefferys!

Thank you for taking time to read our story as we go forward to try to conquer this HCV!

God bless!

post script

We spent an estimated amount  of 15k money during our first visit in the public hospital including the laboratories and the medicines(Aminoleban, essentiale, vit e, K for potassium,etc.)

The whole abdomen ultrasound cost 1,500 pesos.

The specialist cost 500 pesos every visit. We already visit 4x and spent 2k already.

The medicine that the doctor prescribed includes *LIVAMIN, *ALDACTONE, *LACTULOSE, *HEPATIK, *NORMIX and the other one which I was not able to bought because it unavailable LOXEVA(don’t know if I read the right name of this).

The SOFOBUSVIR/LEDIPASVIR cost 13k/bottle of 28 pills, good only for 4 weeks treatment. My partner needs to have a 12 weeks treatment which is really impossible for us to afford that medicine as I mentioned in my first letter.

“Health is not just about what you’re eating. It’s als about what your thinking and saying”-unknown



Ang aking inaasahan

Isinulat ni Orville John P. Caña

August 14, 2019

 Batid ko na kapag namatay ang isang positibong tao sa HCV, siya ay i-cremate o mailibing sa lalong madaling panahon na posible. Nagbigay na ako ng mga tagubilin sa aking asawa na ang aking katawan ay dapat na i-cremate kapag namatay ako. Ang asawa ko ay hindi ito sineryoso. Batid din ng aking mga anak ang aking kalagayan ngunit alam kong bata pa sila upang makuha ang katotohanang ito.

Ilang buwan na ang nakalilipas, nagba-browse ako sa internet na naghahanap ng isang online support group para sa HCV. May nakita akong ilang mga site ngunit tila hindi ako nakakahanap ng mga kapwa miyembro na Pilipino.

Sinubukan kong maghanap sa Facebook, at ako’y nasiyahan sa aking nakita, mayroong isang pangkat na mayroong maraming mga miyembro ng Pilipino.

Sa isang iglap, ang aking mga pagkabigo sa pagkuha ng gamut sa HCV ay naging pag-asa kaagad pagkatapos na sumali ako sa pangkat ng Facebook na Hepatitis C Paggamot at Suporta sa Pilipinas ni Greg Jefferys.

Pagkatapos ng isang maikling pagbabasa ng paglalarawan ng pangkat nito, agad akong nag-message kay Greg at nakakuha ng isang agarang tugon.

Nabasa ko rin ang blog ni Greg pati na rin ang mga patotoo ng mga kapwa pasyente ng HCV na nai-post sa nasabing pangkat ng Facebook na nagbago sa pananaw ng aking buhay.

Mahigit sa 6 na taon ito mula nang nalaman ko ang tungkol sa aking HCV at nawalan na ako ng pag-asang gumaling

Inaasahan kong maraming mga kapwa mga pasyente ng HCV ang maaaring makakuha ng access sa abot-kayang paggamot sa tulong ni Greg.

Ang aking buhay ay magiging makabuluhan kapag ako ay malaya na mula sa nakakatakot na virus na HCV na lumubog sa aking katawan na nagdulot sa akin ng labis na pagkabahala at pagkalungkot.

Ang pagiging malaya sa virus ng HCV ay magdadala sa akin sa isang mas positibo at malusog na buhay. Sa ganitong paraan, maaaring mabuhay ako nang mas mahaba upang maipagtaguyod ang mga pangangailangan ng aking pamilya lalo na ang edukasyon ng aking mga anak na babae.

Hindi ko masasalamin si Greg nang sapat para sa napakaraming tulong sa maraming pasyente ng HCV.



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Greg Jefferys

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  •    Reply

    You have a great soul and heart Greg!
    God bless you!

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    Hello Sir greg.I am suffering HCV as of now.I was diagnosed last month.And my schedule for my laboratory is on this coming January 2022,Which is made more upset.

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    Jerome Rosario July 16, 2021 at 6:47 am

    Hello greg can I ask for tpur email address

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    Why does the Philippine media not want to help it’s own citizens. So sad.

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      Greg Jefferys July 21, 2021 at 1:41 am

      Unfortunately the mainstream media does not seem to be interested in the Hepatitis C pandemic

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    Hi Greg
    My brother David lives in the Philippines and just lives on his part pension he get from Australia
    I want to help him get medication for Hep C that he has had for over 30 years
    can you advise me and him on how we can do this
    I have a small about of money that I can help with the purchase of the meds

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      Hi Dianne
      I totally understand your brother’s situation as I have close family connections and many Aussie friends in the Philippines. If you just send me an email I can explain the process to you

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    Anieway Aballe Alegrado January 5, 2022 at 1:59 pm

    Hi Greg,

    I wonder how can I avail of this med?

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      Please write to me by email and I will do what ever I can to help you with this.
      Please include what country you live in and what Hep C tests you have had
      best wishes

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    Interested and living in another country. Is this the same as Sovaldi? The price is high here in the US. This is for a young boy. Pls give details. Thank you

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      Hi Cha
      Sovaldi is the brand name for the drug Sofosbuvir. Sovaldi is rarely used in isolation now days, it is combined with another drug. For example Harvoni is Sovaldi + Ledipasvir and Epclusa is Sovaldi + Velpatasvir

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    elvis tumiguing January 8, 2023 at 6:31 pm

    hi greg can you help me how to avail your med for hep c

    •    Reply

      Hi Elvis
      Yes I can certainly help you with getting Hep C medication.
      Could you tell me which country you live in? I need to know this as different countries have different rules for importing Hep C medicines
      Best wishes

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    Hi Greg

    I am diagnosed of HCV last 2019 and I haven’t take any medicine because I do not have enough money to do that. I was hoping if this HCV can be cured or gone because I cant apply for the job that I really want.

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      Greg Jefferys June 13, 2023 at 6:18 am

      Hepatitis C can only be cured by the body’s own immune system in the first 6 months of the infection, this is called the ACUTE phase. After 6 months it is called the CHRONIC phase. Chronic Hep C can only be cured by pharaceuticals, like Epclusa or Sovaldi

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    Hello! Where i can buy Epclusa for my son? Thank you.

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      Greg Jefferys June 13, 2023 at 6:16 am

      If you are in the Philippines you can buy it through a pharmacy there however it will be about double the price of buying Epclusa through my Hep C Buyers Club

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    Hello and good day to you Mr. Jefferys. Thank you for your undying support to our fellow Filipinos. God bless you sir.

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    Hi Greg, I just recently got diagnosed with HepC and I don’t know where to get the resources to sustain the treatment. I have a few savings but I’m expecting this would not be enough. I hope you could help me.

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      Hi Cid
      I do understand the situation in the Philippines and can supply Hep C treatment for a total cost of 15,000 pesos. Please email me for more detailed information

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    Sir I’m from Philippines. Can I purchase from you for hepa c medicine

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