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Pegasys is being used to treat Hep B as well as Hep c. It is a mild form of chemotherapy and does have some side effects that can be managed. You MUST be followed by a specialist, such as a gastroenterologist or infectious disease doctor because your bloodwork must be monitored closely to see how your body is tolerating the drugs. Roche pharmaceuticals does have a patient assistance program that goes by your income. However, I don't know if you can access that outside of the US. This medication and the disease must be monitored by doctors who are experienced in dealing with HBV & HDV. Best wishes to you.
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