Hepatitis C: Been A Long Time Leaving But’ll Be A Long Time Gone

My dad was a Waylon Jennings man.  I think he liked the big FU that Waylon projected.  I paraphrase Waylon.  “I been a long time leaving Hepatitis C, but I’ll be a long time gone”

So after three years of treatment-plus the maybe five years of falling apart, I get a voice mail that says “Hi Deb, this is the message you’ve been waiting for.  Still no detectable virus, so you’re cured.  See you in 24 weeks”.  Glad I go back in 24 weeks, so I can ween myself off of the Texas Medical Center.  This follow-up lasts a couple of years.  Now what?  I don’t care.  Today I am neither a patient nor a scientist.

Yep, I’m doing this in Kerala

I can do anything I want.  I will start with a trip to India this week. No shit.  BTW I tried to say this without the word shit, but it didn’t sound like me.  Waylon and India.  That’s all I got to say for now.

http://www.biography.com/people/waylon-jennings-9354063

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One thought on “Hepatitis C: Been A Long Time Leaving But’ll Be A Long Time Gone

  1. Hepatitis continues to be a scourge in the developed world despite all attempts to contain the spread of the hepatitis viruses, as the recent case of the traveling lab technician David Kwiatkowski, who infected 30 people with the hepatitis C virus in various hospitals, has demonstrated. The causative agents of viral hepatitis are the hepatotropic viruses as well as some others like the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and the Cytomegalovirus (CMV). Among these, the incidence of hepatitis caused by the hepatotropic viruses is greater. The transmission of the viruses, their symptoms, progression of the disease, and treatment, all vary depending on which type a person gets infected with. –

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