Come see the Sphinx and save on Sovaldi.

That’s the implicit pitch of an unusual campaign that’s spurring dozens of hepatitis C patients to fly to Egypt each month in pursuit of a cure they can afford.

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    • I’m am interested in your treatment information for my husband with Hepatitis c Geno 2 . He had a heart attack after taking Sofosbuvir Solvaldi. Can you email me. Thank you

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