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I no longer actively post to this blog but have kept the page available in the hope you will explore the archives and find some bit of information, support or encouragement. I do periodically check comments so do feel free to comment on anything you read here.
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Peace, Health and Blessings!
Jenny

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Final Thoughts and the Future

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Hello Everyone,
After much consideration I have decided I no longer have the time to contribute to this blog on a regular basis, at least not in a way that can be consistently useful My energies in the Hep c community are better utilized by participating in support groups and my continuing to do outreach and education within my community. I am enclosing a video blog as my parting message and I do hope you will utilize the resources I have posted in the links section.
Also please do make use of the items I have posted over the past 2 years and do feel free to add comments, questions or feedback as updates will continue to be forwarded to my email account.
I wish you all well on your journey with this disease and hopefully on the pathway to a cure.
Health and Blessings,
Jenny


© 2010-2012 Jennifer Hazard

4 comments:

  1. I just saw this-congratulations for beating the dragon/ I am on some of the facebook pages, I have been away for a couple of weeks now, my husband got diagnosed with leukemia and I have been at the hospital keeping him company. I am a null responder who still has hap c, and i go for an ultra sound on the 12th of june (it was supposed to be after a trip to nyc that i had to cancel) to see if i can hang in there for tx again until they come out with all pill regimen. i sure hope so, me and interferon did not like each other the last time i tried tx, i just had breast cancer in nov...and i am just plain scared of being indoors for 48 weeks. i only got 6 months the first time, as i did not respond and 1 day the second time, i had bad reaction to interferon. thank you for that videotape, hope to see you somewhere. it is scary out here.

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  2. Jenny thank you for sharing your journey, and the informational links. You are a blessing. Good Luck with all that you are doing for the Hep C world!

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  3. Cool hang in there.

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