The Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) will be extending its co-pay relief (CPR) program for people looking to receive treatment for the hepatitis C virus (HCV), according to Project Inform. The extension is the result of a $5 million donation to PAF specifically to help people living with hep C to pay for medications. The new CPR program will cover up to $3,000 in co-pay assistance for low-income patients with hepatitis C in the United States who currently have health insurance.

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