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691935 tn?1421027090

HCV for SVR, UND, etc tracker

Would like to see a simple tracker for folks that have become UND and / or SVR.  calculating a total % of each at the top level, listing treatment, length, and geno type(s).  Some folks have more than 1 geno type (like myself) and the field to add is usually only for one type.  I would also like to see how many times treated, weight and VL. For the UND also need the amount of weeks before becoming UND.

This tracker would allow the folks of this forum to see overall percentages that are real.
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10947 tn?1281404252
Thanks for the suggestion. We have a Hepatitis C Tracker already, but have not yet added statistics to this tracker. Please take a look at the public Hepatitis C Trackers or try it out for yourself and let us know what additions you would like to see on the tracker. As you mentioned, you can only choose one genotype right now. We'd be happy to change that, but please let us know what other changes we should make.

Thanks,
MedHelp
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691935 tn?1421027090
I'm using the Hep C tracker. Sorry,  did miss some of the items you mentioned.

In addition to adding another geno type field, I would also like to see how many times treated, weight and each treatment as well as length.  If we can't have a roll up stat then maybe just grouping these items from the symptons.  I was hoping I would be able to see in a glance how many folks treated, what treatment, how many times, and how long it took to clear.  
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10947 tn?1281404252
Thanks for the suggestion. We just added the ability to select multiple genotypes in your Hep C Tracker. Go to Tracker Settings and you can add more genotypes.
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691935 tn?1421027090
thanks, i found it.  Your instructions for this addition got me thinking about the calendar I mentioned in the other post - (start date that you added-thank you!) maybe the start date and "planned" finish date could be added to the settings area until you get a calendar.  This way you could see at a glance start and planned end date.  

But, thanks for adding what you did!
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