Joe Burke talks to his doctor about the restlessness he’s been experiencing post-hep C treatment. Apparently, it’s normal!
Ever Had a
Connie M. Welch blogs about her provider pains and explains how find a doc that will really take care of your hep C.
New hep C drugs have the potential to react with drugs, herbs and other supplements you’re taking. RN Lucinda K. Porter goes over the risks.
How to Stand Against Stigma
Last week, Kim Bossley spent some serious time educating a mistaken ‘Cosmopolitan’ reporter about the ins and outs of hepatitis C.
Did you know that ear acupuncture can help manage the interferon side-effects of hep C treatment? Mike Barr goes over the science.
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AbbVie’s upcoming ‘3D’ regimen shows high cure rates for genotype 1’s also living with HIV.
In fact, viral liver disease is now the leading cause of death from infectious diseases in the world.
‘3D’ Safe With
New study shows Abbvie’s latest hep C combo is safe to use alongside opioid replacement therapy.
Want to know the long-term expenses of NOT curing the U.S. hepatitis C epidemic?
Gilead Is Raking It In
The new hep C drug, Sovaldi, has brought in nearly $3.5 billion for the pharmaceutical giant since it was approved late last year.
No drug is without its risks and potential adverse reactions, including new hep C treatments. Here’s what to expect.
In the current issue, hep C advocate Elizabeth Owens talks about grassroots activism, education and building up the courage to tackle the disease.
For the first time ever, researchers have broken down the virus by both location and genotype, for a huge global look at liver disease.
A new CVS analysis says Sovaldi could add an extra $300 to every American’s health insurance premium.
This op-ed warns that Gilead’s short-term gain may become the entire drug industry’s pain if steps aren’t taken.
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