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I am starting to believe I am part of the problem. I know not to get excited about any specific treatments. I think it’s more important to live in the present and not put hope in any kind of “savior” potential treatment.
Etravirine has been added to FARA’s research pipeline. Check it out here: http://curefa.org/pipeline
What do you think about this?
It’s a good choice by FARA.
hey! this are really good news! my boyfriend has FA, we are been dating for almost 1 year, we don’t talk much about FA but i think this is awesome, i talked to him about etravirine, he does not seem to be very excited about it but i can understand why. anyways i will keep reading, researching and learning, keep me posted!
Thanks so much for posting. I understand your boyfriend’s hesitation. It’s hard to have hope in any untested medication. Let your boyfriend know that if he ever wants to, he can join the forums too or shoot me an email anytime.
We all see life in a different way, but is there someone who really don’t prefer to have hope in something (for as long as it lasts) rater than no hope at all? I’m just curious because the years that I had no hope felt like hell to me.
Oh my friend, you’ve identified a constant struggle for me: how to treat this dangerous thing called hope. I wish I knew!
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