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My Hep C Travel Diary, Hepatitis C Advocate
An in depth look at why sofosbuvir and daclatasvir may be the best hepatitis C treatment option.
Hepatitis C genotypes are like different races, or breeds, of the virus. Here is the long and the short of it...
Over the past couple of years, Fibroscan has become the test that almost everyone turns to in order to know their liver’s fibrosis level.
Greg’s adventures at EASL and in Europe
Greg’s experience at EASL 2018 in Paris
A journey across Europe to meet hepatitis C helpers.
What exactly is a generic medicine?
Greg meets interesting people during his visit to Mumbai
Still in India, Greg writes the next installment of his blog sitting in the back seat of a taxi driving from Udaipur to Jaipur.
Greg travels to India to take part in another documentary...
Two emails, two completely different stories.
A look at hepatitis C treatment in Latvia.
An explanation of the various hepatitis C treatment options for each genotype.
Do you have questions about hepatitis C transmission? If so, Greg has some answers.
In Ireland, the rate of Hepatitis C infection is one of the highest in the EU at about twice the international average.
People who have a difficult time with their treatment are more likely to share their experience than those who don’t.
One of the questions that keeps coming up is how well the liver can heal itself once the virus is removed from the equation.
Treating Hep C with any DAA significantly REDUCES the chance of a person developing liver cancer.
Every story is precious and every person feels such relief and joy at having cleared this wicked disease.
I received a press release from MSF saying they had access to Hepatitis C treatment for the price of US$120 for a 12 week treatment.
A closer look at how HCV damages the body.
Someone gives Greg a lovely surprise...
Liver cancer and cirrhosis are two common reasons why people should not delay hep C treatment.
A doctor support his patient through the process of treatment using generics.
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