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New Clinical Guidelines Prioritize Care Among Hep C Patients

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Jeff

I don't think hepatologists and gastroenterologists know or want to know the devastation they have inflicted on so many people by treating them for Hep C. The vast majority of people would be fine without treatment. The doctors have exhibited a peculiar combination of arrogance and naivete. INF / RVN and Sovaldi Olysio harm as many or more people at least as much or worse than the untreated disease would.

September 2, 2015 denver

butch holland

I am one of those high priority but can't get a hep C doctor anymore because in too much pain and pain doctors refuse to help me because I need "drugs" for pain. I get to die while the medicine I have been promised for 25 years finally gets approved. There are always causality's in war I guess.

August 18, 2014 onalaska

Jason Farrell

These guidelines as the prioritise individuals with F3 or F3 stages of liver fibrosis, they do not deal with the additional untold and unwritten guidelines preventing drug users access to treatment or the ridicules requirements of minimum sobriety time which has no scientific bearing on treatment success or willingness of patient.

August 18, 2014 Amsterdam, NL

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