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With many hepatitis C treatments on the market today, patients may ask which hepatitis C treatment is right for me? What’s the difference?
There are a variety of hepatitis C treatments offered for all genotypes, with various stages of liver damage.
The harsh reality is that people who have hepatitis C are at a high risk of developing gallstones.
The guidelines offer updated advice about wearing masks and social distancing within small groups.
Many with hep C or another liver disease have questions about what the side effects of COVID vaccines might be.
We are seeing light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. But many have questions about the difference in vaccines.
Why do we need to wear masks after vaccination? Let’s look at vaccination facts.
A healthy weight can improve your overall health as well as help your liver function better.
Should hepatitis C patients consult with a liver specialist prior to receiving the COVID vaccine?
NVHR will continue to lead efforts to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030 using new strategic objectives, a refreshed website and a new look.
If you’re diagnosed with hep C, fatty liver disease or cirrhosis, there are vital proactive steps you can take to help your liver.
These ancient practices can be a great way to tap into your body’s own natural resources to heal.
For hep C patients who need help with treatment, there are patient assistance programs available. But there are required steps to take.
Hepatitis C is caused by a virus in the blood that primarily attacks the liver and causes inflammation leading to progressive liver damage.
It’s beyond insane that in spite of everything I’ve learned, I still got COVID-19. Please read everything to see what else I discovered.
A person can be infected for years without having symptoms of hepatitis C. During that time, their liver is being damaged.
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