Mail Order Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir from India

Ordering mail order Sovaldi and Daklinza from India online is simple and safe. Cheap Hepatitis C treatment can be ordered from India including Harvoni and Epclusa.

Buying Sovaldi online

Buying Hepatitis C treatment online is easy, simple and safe. All Sofosbuvir based Hep C treatments are available from India, including Harvoni and Epclusa.

Written by Greg Jefferys, Hepatitis C Writer and Activist.

Mail Order Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir from India.

Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir: an affordable way to Treat Hep C

Buying Mail Order Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir from India is a very good option for treating Hepatitis C, particularly for people who can not afford expensive Hepatitis C genotype testing because of the combination of Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir is a pan-genotype Hep C treatment. That means it will treat all genotypes of Hepatitis C.

Twelve-weeks of treatment with Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Daclatasvir 60 mg is an excellent treatment option for all genotypes of Hepatitis C. Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir will give better than a 95% cure rate across all genotypes of Hep C except for genotype 3 where the cure rate is slightly above 92%.

There are a number of advantages in treating Hep C with Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir. For treating genotype 1 it is at least as good as Harvoni and maybe slightly better. For Hep C genotype 2 Sof + Dac is the best treatment option. There is also some evidence to suggest that Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir has slightly fewer problems with side effects than Harvoni or Epclusa. And of course, it is quite a bit more affordable with a price of US$550 for 12 weeks of treatment.

If you want me to I can organise everything to get you Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir sent from India.  I will organise the necessary documentation needed for your country, the purchase of the medicine and organise shipping. I will also be available to discuss any questions that might arise all the way to the completion of your treatment.

However I stress again that I am not doing this work primarily as a business, so if you are suffering from financial hardship then simply tell me and I will remove my profit margin and give my assistance for free.

For 12 weeks of licensed generic Sofosbuvir 400 mg plus licensed generic Daclatasvir 60 mg the price is US$700

The price for Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir includes delivery

To order you need to email me copies of:

1. A prescription OR a recent medical report showing you have Hep C.

2. Shipping Address

3. Contact Phone number

4. Money (US$550) (By bank transfer is best but credit card or check is also fine )

Once I have all these you will receive your Hep C medicine within about 10 to 14 working days.

Please also note that I will happily help you with any advice regarding the purchase of generic Hepatitis C medication completely free. If you wish to travel to India where you can purchase Hep C generics directly I can give you reliable and honest contacts there or send you information sheets about various options. All for free.

For specific details email me.

Sovaldi from India

Recent studies have proved that Indian generic Hepatitis C treatment is exactly as effective as the much more expensive branded versions. source: greg jefferys

Remember that when you buy your Hep C medication through Greg Jefferys Buyers’ Club:

Delivery is 100% Guaranteed

Your medication is 100% insured against any loss or damage.

Your medication is made under license from GILEAD SCIENCES in FDA and WHO approved facilities.

Buying Hep C Medication from India: The Long Story

Getting generic Hep C medication such as generic Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir by mail order is, for most people, the cheapest and most effective way to buy Hepatitis C treatment. A lot of people cannot afford to fly to India, some are too ill to fly to India to get treatment (as I did) and some are just worried about dealing with the complexities of buying online medicines in India.

The problem for me when I went to India back in May 2015 was to find an honest, reliable supplier of generic medicines, which is why I flew to India rather than trying the lottery of ordering online.

Now after having been to India and having met a number of people personally, with whom I have now been dealing for a considerable time, I can confidently say that I have developed a 100% reliable and safe method of sending  Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir and other Hep C medication from India.

Indeed, having now helped thousands of people get shipments of generic Hep C medication sent from India and without even one single complaint, I can assure anyone thinking of getting generic Hepatitis C medicines from India that I have access to the most reliable and honest and fair priced Hepatitis C medication in India.

Before I go into the details I do wish to stress once more that I get no financial benefit from any of the people or organisations I recommend here. I offer all the information I provide in the hope that it will help people cure themselves of this debilitating disease. I am NOT setting up a business rather it is a  “Hepatitis C Buyers Club” type of operation. I want to be really clear on that.

If you have specific questions please feel free to email me.

For more technical information about Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir click this link

I have put together an information sheet that has all the information you will need to order generic Hepatitis C medication online, including a complete breakdown of costs etc.

Also please remember that Sovaldi  (Sofosbuvir 400 mg) alone is NO USE for treating any form of Hep C. Sofosbuvir must be taken with Ribavirin or Daclatasvir.

The only difference between licensed generic Sovaldi (Sofosbuvir 400 mg ) and branded Sovaldi is the price, chemically speaking they are both identical. The same applies to generic Daklinza (Daclatasvir). These are generics made in India under license and they are just as effective as the branded versions that cost nearly 100 times more.

Buying Hep C drugs from India

Daclatasvir + Sofosbuvir from India is an excellent and highly effective treatment for Hepatitis C. Source: Wyles DL, et al. N Engl J Med. 2015;373: