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These two men both recently discovered that they had hepatitis C, each with a different story about their encounters with insurance.
This former paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division shares his experience with hepatitis C at Hep Stories.
Using his experience as an HIV/AIDS advocate, Ryan Clary has played a major part in shaping the national conversation around viral hepatitis
This Hep Story describes one man’s struggle with autoimmune hepatitis, a disease that nearly killed him, and still constantly threatens him.
Chris Taylor reflects on his years of service to public health and the viral hepatitis community.
This Ukrainian woman didn’t let outdated hepatitis C treatment or limited access to them, prevent her from getting necessary medical care.
Diagnosed with hepatitis C and HIV, Gloria Searson became a powerful advocate for many.
This advocate and peer educator living with HIV and hepatitis C uses her experience to help others.
Surender Kumar became an advocate the day he was diagnosed with hepatitis B.
Meet Lynn Taylor, MD, a primary care physician fighting for cures on the front lines of America’s opioid and hepatitis C crises.
Cured of hepatitis C the hard way, Glenna McCarthy’s mission is to help others take advantage of the new easier-to-take treatments.
Rolf Benirschke’s story starts with football, continues through illnesses that includes hepatitis C, and ends with a message of hope.
This hep story teller and her husband describe their hepatitis C treatments using peginterferon and ribavirin as a wild ride.
A viral hepatitis coordinator reflects on adopting the goal of hepatitis C elimination.
Elizabeth Rains’s book, author of Demon in My Blood: My Fight with Hepatitis C—and a Miracle Cure, shares her hepatitis C story.
Hepatitis C takes this storyteller from fear to action, helping others along the way.
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