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What Kind of Doctor Should You See For Hepatitis C Treatment?

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Hep Editors

Purplepussie: The Hep Forums (https://forums.hepmag.com) is a better place to ask your questions. Folks are around 24/7 to answer just this kind of thing. Good luck. - Hep Editors

August 26, 2018 New York

Purplepussie

I have blue choice CareFirst as an insurance provider… Is there anyone who has used this insurance to obtain harvoni? If so, what were the blockades put in front of you? If any? What were the out-of-pocket expenses? Any help that you can give me in this would be greatly greatly appreciate

August 26, 2018 Maryland

linda

I was told I have hep c BUT_____i have antibodies in my system so I don't need medication What worries me is I am losing weight like crazy and am soo tired is the dr right

February 16, 2018 fla

tomvilla2@comcast.net

I was diagnosed in 2014 by my ID physician, who referred me to a hepatologist for further assessment and treatment. After completing my pre-treatment evaluation, however, this doctor's practice stopped communicating with me. I believe this was because the office manager decided it was not worth their time to undertake the work required by my insurer to pre-authorize treatment. I returned to my ID specialist, also experienced in treating HCV, for (successful) treatment and remain in SVR today.

January 17, 2018 Rockville, MD

Steven Williams

Explaining to you how much and why I love you, would be like me describing how water tastes. It's impossible.

May 4, 2017 USA

Gregg L. Friedman MD

Great article, Thank you for posting it. It contained a lot of interesting information. 5 Stars. By Gregg L. Friedman MD

October 31, 2014 Hallandale Beach, FL

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