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Friday, September 15, 2006

Melody Beattie & Lloyd Wright Discuss Hepatitis C & The Grief Club

Contact Radio from 8/24/06
The quartet overcome the technical challenges of 4 people doing a radio interview from 4 different locations with surprising ease. Cameron & Lucia discuss overcoming grief, different types of Interferon, biopsies and the emotional side of hepatitis c treatment with Melody Beattie and Lloyd Wright.
excerpt from Melody's new Book The Grief Club
“When I first learnt that I have HCV, I feel contaminated, untouchable. I want it out of me. It takes two years before the fear goes away. I realize that having HCV- like anything that happens to me- isn’t a mistake. My liver isn’t going to explode. HCV becomes part of my destiny, and learning I have it isn’t a bad thing. It gives me an opportunity to take care of my liver. I realize I’m not dying of LCV- I’m living with it. If I live with HCV the rest of my life, so what? I’m still me."

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The Grief Club

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