The First Year: Hepatitis C: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed [NOOK Book]

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Significant changes with HCV treatment since original publication
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The First Year: Hepatitis C: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

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Overview

Significant changes with HCV treatment since original publication
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786732661
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press
  • Publication date: 4/29/2009
  • Series: First Year
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 368
  • File size: 632 KB

Meet the Author

Cara Bruce is an accomplished writer who has served as senior editor for three on-line magazines and has edited three fiction anthologies. Her work has appeared on Salon.com and in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and more than a dozen anthologies. She was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 2000.
Lisa Montanarelli, a freelance writer and sex educator, received her B.A. from Yale and her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from U.C. Berkeley. Her work has appeared on AFP.com (Agence France-Presse), on HIVinsite.com and in the San Francisco Bay Guardian and other publications. She was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 1990.
Cara and Lisa both live in San Francisco.

Teresa L. Wright, MD, is Chief of the Gastroenterology Section at the San Francisco Veterans Administration Medical Center and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. A prolific author in peer-reviewed journals, she has lectured nationally and internationally on hepatitis C and B. She has been a visiting professor at sixteen universities in the US and Canada. Dr. Wright is a member of the Council of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.
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    Blue lghtning

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    Posted April 19, 2014

    Nitro

    "Great now make me and sonic have a race. And i win."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2014

    Sombra's Revenge: Chapter 3

    GAME GUIDE POV<p>After being beaten by Sweet Death, I sat on a bench, disgruntled. It was the only song I was good at, too, "Gangnam Style"! After pouting for a while, I finally got up from the bench, and headed out to Ga<_>mestop. About halfway there, I caught something sparkling from out of the corner of my eye. Curious, I looked at the object. It was an amethyst! Heart pounding, I picked it up. It was the perfect shade of purple, with unnaturally perfect facets cut like a diamond. It couldn't have been simply always there, because it was cut and too conspicious. It must have belonged to somepony else. After stickin' the amethyst in my purse, I turned right around to my house, eager to tell Blacor and Magical Light of my discovery.<p>SONIC POV<p>I don't think the orb was built to let anyone use Chaos Control, because the teleportation to the other planet didn't go smoothly. When I came to, Tails and I were in unfamiliar surroundings. Everything was in unusually bright colors. I tried to get up on my feet, but I became unbalanced and fell onto my hands. No, those weren't hands. Those were hooves. I glanced over at Tails (who had become a yellow horse with wings, orange mane and tail, blue eyes, and a mark on his flanks that looked like a fox's tail), who also seemed just as surprised as I am. "Well, this is...weird," I said. "Too true," Tails replied. He and I looked at the detector, which showed that the Chaos Emerald was de<_>ad ahead, in the horse settlement. So, of course, we walked into town.<p>The detector beeped as Tails and I walked/trotted around town. The beeping became quicker, indicating that we were close. "We're almost there!" said Tails. Suddenly, a stampede of horses of all different colors came rushing by, separating us. After everything cleared out, Tails was nowhere to be seen. "Tails?" I called out. No one answered. After walking around for a while, looking for my friend, I bumped into someone.<p>GAME GUIDE POV<p>"Oof!" I grunted. I looked at the pony who bumped into me, I almost mistaken the blue stallion for Nitro. Then I remembered that Nitro was an alicorn with blue eyes. This one was a blue Earth Pony with, emerald green eyes, a darker blue mane, and blue wind for his Cutie Mark. "Pardon me," I said, embarrassed. "Oh, it's okay," the stallion replied. "Who are you?" I asked. "The name's Sonic."<p>((I dare you to guess Game's reaction. To all ponies (not Sonic OCs) who applied: You will appear in the next chapter. Sonic OCs, you will appear in Chapter 5.))

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