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People treated for HCV attained SVR even without direct intervention from a specialist.
People with preexisting cognitive impairment saw greater improvement after successful treatment.
People who received a shortened course of antiviral therapy were less likely to be cured.
People under 50 who were cured of hepatitis C were at comparable risk to the general population.
Among people who inject drugs, integrating antiviral therapy with other care led to improved outcomes.
However, some 10% experienced liver decompensation even after antiviral therapy.
Based on surveys conducted in 2015 and 2018, the number appears to have nearly tripled in San Francisco.
The risk was lower in people who had achieved a sustained virological response compared with those who had not.
Regardless of cirrhosis status, Mavyret led to high sustained virologic response rates in Latinos and other groups with hep C.
The struggle of mother’s day for a son and mother affected by Hepatitis C and vertical transmission, and what the future looks like.
Yep those are my cons resting up after a big week in Sydney. The red chairs of St Vincents Hospital are a welcome sight every time I go down
This is what it’s like to constantly live with the fear that hep C might come back. This is why it is we must embrace SVR as a cure, because...
Last year I met a bloke with hep C. I liked him immediately although we didn’t have much in common, other than we both had hep C.
Cured thanks to the generic drugs coming out of India, Bangladesh, China and now also Australia.
My treatment finished last week and I am waiting to find out if I am cured.
I’ve been so busy I’ve struggled to find the time to write this blog. That’s kind of cool, isn’t it.
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