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It’s important to understand the different types of hepatitis, their effects on the liver, treatment, and how to prevent becoming infected.
A dangerous step anyone can take against their health is assume they don’t have hepatitis C.
Tips on how to talk to your doctor about hepatitis C.
Facts about hepatitis C, symptoms, risk factors and why you should be tested
Tips on how to take care of your liver for people living with hepatitis C
Information about patient assistance programs available to help hepatitis C patients get the hep C treatment they need.
Paying tribute to a courageous hepatitis C Warrior, Suzanne.
A look at recovering from hepatitis C treatment, and why it may differ among people.
Liver damage can be caused by many factors such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver, and other liver disease conditions.
A look at 3 forms of fatty liver disease: Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver, Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, and Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis
Resources to help hepatitis C patients and their families get the proper, affordable medical and treatment assistance they need.
You can travel with hepatitis C, but there are certain measures you need to take when planning your adventure.
What does fatty liver disease and hepatitis C have in common? Both conditions damage the liver and impair liver function.
There are two types of liver transplants. The more common uses a liver from a deceased donor; the other is a living-donor liver transplant.
The hepatitis C virus has different types or virus strains called genotypes. Each genotype has a unique genetic makeup; some have subtypes.
Hemochromatosis is a condition that can be associated with hepatitis C. Hemochromatosis is a potentially dangerous condition.
The U.S. FDA approved hepatitis C treatment Mavyret for children from ages 12 to 17 with all genotypes.
Autoimmune hepatitis and hepatitis C are similar but are different conditions.
A wide variety of research studies show there are benefits of coffee consumption for hepatitis C and liver disease.
The U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs announced they are “on track to eliminate the hepatitis C in all Veterans willing and able to be treated.
There are dates in my journey with Hepatitis C that will always stand out as mile marker dates. Each one unique.
The hepatitis C virus not only affects the liver but is also associated with extrahepatic disorders, including autoimmune disorders.
Are you waiting’ for hep C treatment to begin or be finished? Waiting for test results? Waiting for recovery so you can feel ‘normal’ ag...
The liver performs many functions and learning what to avoid with hepatitis C and liver disease is the first step in helping your liver.
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