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A photographer helps his mom get cured of hep C after reading Hep magazine.
Connie Dewbre’s son convinced her to get cured of HCV again after visiting our Hep magazine website.
Infectious disease specialists may need to address substance use disorders among their patients.
A new law in Iowa allows “health benefit plans” that don’t meet federal insurance requirements.
More than 125,000 veterans will have received lifesaving cures by October 2018.
An estimated 71 million people are living with the virus around the world.
The national increase in acute HCV infection is related to the country’s opioid epidemic and associated increases in injection drug use.
An estimated more than three quarters of those living with HCV in the United States are baby boomers.
People with cirrhosis don’t have an increased risk of developing liver cancer when taking interferon-free treatment.
A recent study analyzed health outcomes among those with decompensated cirrhosis treated with Sovaldi-based regimens.