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This means that Tennessee can ration hepatitis C treatment among prisoners living with the life-threatening virus.
With many hepatitis C treatments on the market today, patients may ask which hepatitis C treatment is right for me? What’s the difference?
Drugmaker AbbVie teams with Michigan’s Department of Corrections and Department of Health and Human Services to launch “We Treat Hep C.”
A guide to the key aspects of today’s most effective hep C therapies
Viral hepatitis is a real concern for people living with HIV.
Hepatitis C is caused by the bloodborne hepatitis C virus, which infects the liver.
HIV advocate Lepena Reid is living free of hepatitis C.
“We’re going to see a surge in cases,” TAG’s Annette Gaudino tells WCNY about New York’s hepatitis C efforts. “We have fallen behi...
A settlement reached in a class-action lawsuit ensures inmates in North Carolina prisons get improved hepatitis C care.
After inmates filed a class action lawsuit, Nevada agreed to treat all prisoners living with hepatitis C.
The risk was lower in people who had achieved a sustained virological response compared with those who had not.
Despite limited testing and clinical visits, 95% of the study population was able to achieve a sustained virological response.
For hep C patients who need help with treatment, there are patient assistance programs available. But there are required steps to take.
Hepatitis A and E usually resolve on their own, but hepatitis B and C can cause serious liver disease, including cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Hepatitis C is caused by a virus in the blood that primarily attacks the liver and causes inflammation leading to progressive liver damage.
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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