28th August 2015
I’ve just been catching up replying to comments on my blog and realised the darn thing is so long now that a lot of people have not read some of the important issues and are also not aware of my policy of answering all emails or my email address or the fact that I have a separate website that has a lot of extra information on it.
First: my email is firstname.lastname@example.org I answer all emails (except for nasty ones which I ignore).
Third: I can put you in contact with the most reliable and honest suppliers with also the best prices. This includes contacts for honest suppliers of Daclatasvir and other Hep C drug concentrates (APIs) from China. I have done all the research and am happy to make it available for free. I do not charge. I am not doing this to make money.
Lastly and most importantly KNOW YOUR GENOTYPE. If you do not know your genotype then you can not make the correct treatment decisions. It is super important.
Now that is out of the way I would like to talk again about Harvoni. Everyone is waiting for generic Harvoni... yes but why?
Harvoni is not the only effective treatment option for Genotype 1. People seem to think that Harvoni is the best thing since sliced bread... yes it is good but there are others that are just as good, or so close to it that it does not matter. It is the Sofosbuvir combined with other drugs that is the big deal.
Harvoni is Sofosbuvir and Ledipasvir, yes it works well but so does Sofosbuvir and Daclatasvir, as does Sofosbuvir and Simeprevir.
These are all effective against G1 and recommended Interferon free treatment options in the latest EASL Report. Of course the condition of your liver and whether or not you have failed previous treatments will influence how you are treated but don’t think that generic Harvoni is the only option. There are others and they are effective and they are available now. Even Ledipasvir is available now if you want to get the concentrate and get a chemist to make it into doses for you. Plenty of people are doing that now.
So if you think your liver is not far away from cirrhosis don’t dilly dally , don’t wait around. Find out your genotype, research your treatment options and do something now... before it is too late!
And email me if you want reliable contacts