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Hepatitis C Advocate
The pitfalls of misinformation for a patient with Hep C and the growth of snake-oil salesmen in social media, and how to protect yourself.
The struggle of mother’s day for a son and mother affected by Hepatitis C and vertical transmission, and what the future looks like.
The cure is often worse than the illness itself, but learning from it can make us stronger.
Deservedness, Hepatitis C, COVID-19, and a reminder: it’s no one’s fault.
No one deserves Hep C nor any illness.
From one essential worker to another, how to survive an epidemic. (TL;DR it’s together)
New Hepatitis C Screening recommendations should grow from the knowledge we have, and correctly reflect the needs of the community.
Rick Nash’s journey, born with Hep C, six treatments for Hepatitis C (HCV,) one transplant, and lots of friends and family and cure.
Rick Nash’s journey, born with Hep C, six treatments for Hepatitis C (HCV,) one transplant, and lots of friends and family.
On a flight from an advocacy conference, Rick Nash ran into some unexpected turbulence from stigma and ignorance on a plane.
Fighting Hep C, using the fury to stoke the fire within.
When stigma comes from an unexpected source.
How the ACA has affected my life, the necessity of repeal AND replace.
Online/Dating with Hepatitis, Should i post my status?
After a near six year hiatus, Camping!
It’s gonna go well.
It’s not supposed to be purple.
Weighing the options of a liver offer.
Failed five treatments, What’s next? New Treatments on the horizon?
Hep C often falls under the “Regarded as” section of the ADA, perception is part of the problem.
Why Harvoni and Sovaldi failed me. They are amazing new drugs with high efficacy, but they may not be best for your situation..
The “warehouse” of HCV patients all have names and faces, the door is locked by a critical lack of access due to insurance denials, restrictio...
Is Gilead’s Sovaldi expensive?
When My Support Path was readily available: Sovaldi could run a tab for the patient as low as 20 dollars.
Why we need a national dialogue on a modified carve-out policy for HCV meds in Medicaid.
Oh what a tangled world wide web we weave, when first our practice is to believe.
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