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Here's something that sounds promising

This new drug in developement is a "cocktail" in one drug and it sounds like if effective could replace interferon(Finally) It's extremely early in developement but again it's a different attack on HCV and hopefully will be the elusive magic bullet.

here is the article: http://sanjose.bizjournals.com/sanjose/stories/2008/09/15/focus1.html?b=1221451200%5E1698814
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Yes, Tacere has appeared here from time to time.  It sounds to me like the final solution for HCV, so very exciting.  I'm glad to hear it is still going ahead.  Thanks for posting.

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Yes a new approach is needed.   Maybe we can get some of that bail out money and put it into research?    LOL

                                                                                                                Ron
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Thanks for posting Bel;  I hadn't heard of this until now  - much appreciated
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