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Studies have shown that Latinos are more likely to be living with hep C than the U.S. population as a whole.
Terri Milton’s experience living with NASH has taught her not to let the disease get the best of her and to enjoy life.
Donna Cryer advocates for many liver-related conditions as founder and CEO of the Global Liver Institute.
During a clinical trial for a new hep C treatment, David Whiters got cured.
Stella Armstrong’s journey to a healthier life wasn’t easy.
Matt Heskett discusses his journey with hepatitis C for the first time with the press.
Jackie Johnson was diagnosed with hepatitis C in 2010. But in 2015, he took advantage of the latest hep C treatments and was soon cured.
Devon Nicholson’s hep C diagnosis affected his pro wrestling career. But today, he is cured and back in the ring.
Connie Dewbre’s son convinced her to get cured of HCV again after visiting our Hep magazine website.
Awareness and funding continue to be major challenges when it comes to viral hepatitis advocacy.
Twenty years ago, Gloria Searson found out that she was living with hepatitis C virus (HCV).
Health officials say opioid and heroin addiction—along with the resulting overdoses and HCV transmission—is rising at an alarming rate.
Peter McLoyd has seen it all and lived to tell the tale.
Glenna McCarthy is a fighter.
Rolf Benirschke became a hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment advocate after he tested HCV positive while applying for life insurance in 1998.
As a result of learning how to advocate for herself, Shirley Barger became an HCV advocate for all people living with the virus.
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