well, I've been reading your boards for a few weeks and i have the dubious pleasure of joining you all. i am not referring to any of you that post here - i admire you all greatly - but i would rather not be a member of this particular group. that being said i have a friend - my best friend in recovery and in life - who was just diagnosed with hep c 1a/2b. does this mean he has two different types of hep c? the doctor who did the blood work hasn't the knowledge to tell us. as for me, it is the hep b board i go to next. thank you tattman and kristina for giving us the courage to address these problems. if you are still drinking or if you are still drugging please find the strength to stop. devon
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