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Ask Hep looks at drugs and supplements that may interact with direct-acting antivirals used to treat hepatitis C.
Do you wonder if the medicines and other substances you take interact with each other? For more about this, read Ask Hep.
A recent study of Dutch clinicians found that they generally did a good job of preventing drug-drug interactions.
Sorting out the prescribing information regarding hepatitis C treatment and taking acid reflux medications.
In a small study with HCV/HIV-negative participants, G/P did not significantly interact with the drugs in Genvoya or Triumeq.
A new article points out major overlaps between hep C and mental illness.
Those older than 65, who tend to take several medications, are at risk of drug-drug interactions with direct-acting antivirals for hep C.
The FDA has approved revisions to the label of the antiretroviral Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) in order to include new information on...
Health care providers are being reminded not to prescribe certain cholesterol-reducing medications, notably members of the statin drug class,...
A small but influential group of hepatitis C virus (HCV) experts has published provisional guidelines on the use of HCV protease inhibitors (P...
Tobacco and alcohol interact negatively with efavirenz (found in Sustiva and Atripla) in people who are genetically predisposed to clear efa...
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