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What a sweetie and it really shows bad things happen just as often to good people as bad. I too would have wanted to be in all of his classes. A class where one wasn't expected to regurgitate all the subject from the lecturer's point of view. Wow!! I did very well at University because I quickly worked out their bias and everything I said or wrote I played to their Bias.

posted by Kabu on June 17, 2022 at 3:51 PM | link to this | reply

I have known two people with Hep C, both from drug use in their youth.  One of them died some years ago and the other is still going strong, the grandfather of nine grandchildren.

posted by TAPS. on June 17, 2022 at 3:41 PM | link to this | reply

Good afternoon

I am so sorry that you lost such a wonderful friend. From your description of Klaus, he was obviously a wonderful man. It sounds like he suffered quite a bit in his life. That is truly sad. As for Hep C, I have heard of it, but I don't know much about it.  

posted by Sherri_G on June 17, 2022 at 9:20 AM | link to this | reply

Good Afternoon

Pat, Klaus sounds like a great guy who thought outside of the box.  I love people like that.  When I was on my Citizens Emergency Response Team we had to take classes on communicable diseases.  We learned about Hep A, B, and C.  I decided to get the B vaccine.  We were told that we might come in contact with Hep if we were saving people from Natural Disasters.  I was on the team for 10 years.  The B vaccine was a series of three shots one at a time.  I asked if I needed an A vaccine and they said I wasn't going out of the country.  Now I believe they have a cure for Hep C.

posted by Goldiec on June 17, 2022 at 9:07 AM | link to this | reply

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