Experimental Hepatitis C Incivek treatment – Devon Nicholson Week Ten Update

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Devon Nicholson 10th week on the experimental Hepatitis C treatment
Devon Nicholson 10th week on the experimental Hepatitis C treatment
Devon Nicholson 10th week on the experimental Hepatitis C treatment
Devon Nicholson 10th week on the experimental Hepatitis C treatment

THUNDER BAY – Health News – Experimental Hepatitis C Incivek treatment update from Devon Nicholson. This holiday video update is from Devon Nicholson’s 10th week on the experimental Hepatitis C treatment Incivek. Nicholson is sharing a message of hope, and is upbeat in this video. A few weeks ago, Nicholson shared with NetNewsledger.com that he needed a short break from reporting his progress.

Despite causing Nicholson serious side effects thus far the treatment appears to be working as the Hepatitis C Virus is no longer detectable in his blood.

He still has 14 weeks of the powerful medication to get through in order to complete the treatment.

Nicholson will be declared cured if he is still testing negative for the virus 24 weeks post-treatment.

Devon Nicholson is a retired professional wrestler who is currently engaged in law suits with the World Wrestling Entertainment and ‘Abdulah the Butcher’ the wrestler he claims gave him Hep C.

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In May 2009 Nicholson attended a WWE try-out camp in Tampa, Florida and was told by WWE agent Pat Patterson that he was the best wrestler there. On June 18, 2009 he promoted a wrestling event at Fort William Gardens in Thunder Bay, Ontario that drew over 1500 fans. The same year Nicholson was offered a World Wrestling Entertainment contract, but the offer was rescinded when a medical examination revealed that he had contracted Hepatitis C, which he later blamed on his matches with Abdullah the Butcher.

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