I was diagnosed back in Nov. 6, 1993 as having HCGV. For those of you who do not know the shorthand, that stands for Hepatitus C, G-Variant/Virus. In other words the Anti-Virus. And to top it off, it is Chronic. This means I can only pass it on through a open wound, with direct blood transferrence.
Now when I was first infected, was during an emergency surgical procedure, due to a vehicular accident, after stopping to help a woman whose car was broken down on the Interstate. Because of my blood type, RH negative, type O, I was required to receive blood by-products only, and this was back on Nov. 6, 1986. No such luck with testing then.
So now I am unable to receive treatment, due to allergies to all sorts of medications, heart trouble, uncrontable tpye 2 diabetes, and now, TUMORS.
So at this point, I just wish to be allowed to live in relative comfort, with as little stress as possible.