I just posted, and ran out of room, so I'm going to finish here. The doctor said to just count myself thankful and be careful from then on. I have been, trust me on that. I only share a needle one time, but I have tattoos and did have a few piercings, so who knows how it happened. My point is that I have had lots of blood work done since then, and it really is gone. I never had any treatment or anything. I'm not bragging here, because I am so grateful. I have children that I want to be here for and I am so sorry for all who have Hep C, but I want to know if anyone has heard of this before? I've wondered if I might have some weird antibody or something, and if so, why aren't doctors studying people like me to find a cure. I am quite ignorant of the disease and the medical progress being made, so please enlighten me if you have anything to say. Thank you.
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