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My Hep C Travel Diary, Hepatitis C Advocate
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.
A conversation between a patient and an advocate leads to health.
A look at the history behind Sofosbuvir and Sovaldi
Historically, genotype 3 hepatitis C was the most difficult of the 6 genotypes to cure, but that has changed.
Persistence motivates this person with hepatitis C in Denmark to become an advocate for others.
Simple and understandable information about hepatitis C tests and what they mean.
Access to hepatitis C treatment is triaged, often based on patients’ liver fibrosis scores. There are limitations to this method.
Exploring information relating to relapsing after treatment for hepatitis C using DAAs.
A look at what happens when profit becomes the driving force behind medicine.
Brain fog is a common, but often overlooked symptom of hepatitis C
An estimated 300,000 Canadians have hepatitis C, with treatment out of reach for many of them.
Denmark, like many European nations, prohibits their citizens from importing generics from India.
Tips on how to avoid medication scams
Some suggestions on how to improve bioavailability of hepatitis C medicines.
Sharing our stories can help people who were having trouble finding money for treatment.
Many of us have breakfast rituals. The question is, what happens after breakfast...
During the 10 days I have been here I have sent out press releases to dozens of newspapers in India trying to get some media attention...
A documentary about Big Pharma pricing and practices in the USA and how citizens of the USA are paying the highest prices in the world
Discussions from the road to Bombay
Greg looks at the people, history, and process behind Indian generic drugs
The face-to-face meeting with our Indian supplier was amazing.
On my second trip to India in two years, but a very different journey to the one I undertook in April 2015.
Research supports the efficacy of generic medications used to treat hep C
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