Im a 60 year old male,and I want to say to all you younger people out there that are dealing with this virus, keep up your strength and try to be positive its so worth it when you finally come off these meds. I do look at life in a different way, one doctor told me 5 years ago the treatments are a life changing experience and he was so right. Seems like everytime I turn around someone ive none all my life has either passed or had a stroke and are paralized really its getting to be an every week thing. My one sister who insists on calling me and telling me whenever someone I know or went to school with died that I call her the angel of death. But here I am, a recovering alcoholic, x drug user, all because of the treatments I gave all that stuff up and put it behind me, if it was left up to me id probably still be drinking and drugging, and a disease made me give it up, go figure, I think Mick Jagger said it best when he said "What a drag it is getting old". But its a whole lot easier when your mind is clear and sober. So keep up the good work because its so worth it if to just break you of some old habits. Good luck everyone. Your in my prayers.
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