In this issue, you’ll meet activist Wayne Starks. Scroll down to click on his story and to see what else is inside.
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For Wayne Starks, a former New York City bus driver, overcoming addiction and staying sober have been central to his fight to be healthy.
The fight against chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) has reached a long-awaited turning point.
This vital organ works hard for you. Here’s how.
Hep C cases behind bars outstrip those on the street by almost 10 to 1.
A second virus confronts people living with HIV.
Recent research suggests that unprotected sex between gay men--especially if they are HIV positive--is promoting hepatitis C transmission in m...
If you’re living with HIV and hep C and still using drugs and alcohol, typically the best advice for you is to get clean.
Activist Jules Levin battles for awareness for HIV and hep C
When Lillian Anglada, 53, learned she had hepatitis C, a deep sense of shock set in.
A little more than a decade ago, there wasn’t much hope for HIV-positive people with a failing organ, such as a liver ravaged by hep C-related...
The odds of curing hep C are now better than ever.