Failed Incivek Treatment Accelerated Cirrhosis

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Stan Says:


Has anyone heard anything regarding incivek treatment actually accelerating the onset of cirrhosis. I went through the treatment as long as I could until the side effects became unbearable. Months later my health turned for the worse and now I am diagnosed with cirrhosis. I wonder how many other people have experienced this. Maybe should be disclosed as a possible side effect.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Stan! How are you?

No, I'm not finding any reports of Incivek causing this.

Did they definitively tie it to the use of the medication? Or is this just your own theory?

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Stan Says:

It is my own theory. I am hoping that more people have experienced a similar sequence of events and a community can emerge.

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