You all sound like such a great group of supportive friends with a lot of useful knowledge - just what I need! I am a 56 year old woman - very active and right now fairly healthy (just had my gallbladder removed). I've known about my Hep C for about 10 years but no symptoms and for various reasons chose not to have treatment. I'm having to reconsider now and I wonder what you would advise about advance preparations? I have a lot of academic knowledge about the beast but I need your real world experience. Finances, daily routine, work, living alone (ok - me and my dog :-). What say you? I don't mind telling you I'm a bit nervous about dealing with treatment on my own - although I have great friends and three awesome sons - but they don't live near me. Thanks.
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