Greg Jefferys Hepatitis C blog deals with all the issues associated with hepatitis C
A couple of days ago a US veteran with Hep C posted in my Facebook group:
Hey guys I’ve jaundice for 2 weeks and have no energy. My VA is dragging things how long can I survive this way?
Greg, thank you for so much love this is my fight for my wrongs. I appreciate you! I did a fresh set of labs yesterday and will speak with my doc today requesting to be admitted
Hopefully, AB will get his treatment from Veterans Affairs very soon because the facts are that one percent of all people with Hep C die every year from liver failure. One of the difficult things in my world is to convince people who have Hep C that they should get rid of it urgently, that every day a person has Hepatitis C increases the chance of fatal consequences.
I guess some people think that I am being a panic merchant when I push this line, but I push it because I know too many people who have died from Hep C induced liver failure who would not have died if that had started Hep C treatment a little sooner.
Here is a sad example of this; a young man who died from Hep C induced liver failure just before Christmas. A lady from the USA who I helped with getting Hep C treatment a couple of years ago wrote to me to try to organise medication for the nephew of a close friend:
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