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Why is my mother a non respondent for Uniferon and Ribavirin therapies ?

Hi, my mother is HCV + from last 10 year. She undergone Uniferon and Ribavirin therapy but Non Respondant. I need to have contact info (Email) of some experience Gastroentrologist and hepatologist so that can ask sever queries regarding my mother disease. I will be highly thankful to you. Thanks and kind regards, Arman.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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Read your prob, this is due to hepatitis, this is a chronic infection, once it appeare in body it remain for life long, it may be asymptomatic or symptomatic. if patient is symptomatic then ribavarin should be given other wise no role of this drug. if symptoms are not cured by only this drug then should use interferons as per advise of your doc.along with that treatment you should give herr Syp LIV-LIV 10ml three times aday. it prevent further progress of diease tofibrosis, chirrosis .
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Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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