Written by Betty Vegabetty vega - hepatitis c news

For several years I had elevated liver enzymes but I was fine. During one exam, the doctor wanted to run a test that apparently no one has ever done before on me. I wasn’t sure why I needed this new test done. Couldn’t I just go home and sleep my fears away?

Read more about Betty’s story on the Hepatitis C News website: http://hepatitiscnews.com/blog/2013/04/03/if-i-could-do-it-my-friend-then-surely-you-can-do-it-too/


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