Hello everyone! I have Hep C and I don't have any health insurance or income at the moment to afford a biopsy. I am looking for a full time job with good health ins. benefits while I'm in school now. I just interviewed with one recently. However, one of my DS friends who's a nurse told me about Fibrospect as oppose to a liver biopsy. Has anyone ever heard of this? She said it is much cheaper than a liver biopsy and just as effective. Does anyone know or heard of this type of process to diagnose the condition of the liver for damage? Any feedback for it would be helpful if anyone has gone this route as opposed to a liver biopsy. I must know the pros and the cons with FIBROSPECT. Thanks!
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