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Old 09-20-2016, 11:19 AM
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It's very very unlikely that his Hep C is going to progress to another stage in 5 months, especially if he was recently diagnosed. Thousands and thousands of people live 25 years or more after being diagnosed and never have a single symptom If they were ready to start treatment and estimated that it would be cured in 3 months then he's in pretty good shape. Hep C treatment is HELL and he would be much better off doing it at home anyway. There's no way that the county jail is going to take that risk. You are very fortunate that you have the medication ready for him to start, unless it's going to expire before he gets out just wait the 5 months and let him do it at home. Also, as a side note, he needs to make sure he's done messing around with drugs. Drugs and treatment for Hep C don't mix....
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