Okay, first I want to say, that it is not intention to offend anyone, but my curiousity is getting the better of me. I am a 50 year old female, and was diagnosed in April 07 with Hep C at 8 million Viral Load. I am in the third month of treatment, my viral load is now 325,000. My Dr prescribed 48 weeks of treatment. I am curious, if I become zero virus, and it stays at zero for a few years, what am I looking at for my life expectancy? I'm guessing this also depends on the condition of my live right now, which I don't know and if it will regenerate itself if it's in bad shape. Just wondering.
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