How to Stand Against Stigma
Last week, Kim Bossley spent some serious time educating a mistaken ‘Cosmopolitan’ reporter about the ins and outs of hepatitis C.
Lucinda K. Porter goes over the latest HCV stats in honor of World Hepatitis Day this Monday, July 28.
Did you know that ear acupuncture can help manage the interferon side-effects of hep C treatment? Mike Barr goes over the science.
Tips — HCV
Connie M. Welch shares 5 ways you and your loved ones can help prepare for battle with hep C.
Joe Burke takes his final hep C pill on camera while reflecting on his past 6 months of treatment.
Real People, Real Stories
Want to know what it's really like living with hepatitis? Interested in sharing your own experiences?
Want to know the long-term expenses of NOT curing the U.S. hepatitis C epidemic?
Gilead Is Raking It In
The new hep C drug, Sovaldi, has brought in nearly $3.5 billion for the pharmaceutical giant since it was approved late last year.
More than half of young injection drug users in the U.S. say they share needles, with 41% testing positive for hep C.
No drug is without its risks and potential adverse reactions, including new hep C treatments. Here’s what to expect.
Hep C &
Osteoporosis and fractures are a big risk for people living with liver disease and HIV.
Hep Lessons: Drug Addiction
Can you get help with a hepatitis C infection at a methadone or buprenorphine clinic?
In the current issue, hep C advocate Elizabeth Owens talks about grassroots activism, education and building up the courage to tackle the disease.
Black Community Fights Back
Friday, July 25 is the second-annual National African American Hepatitis C Action Day.
Is NASH The Next Hep C?
Experts say nonalcoholic steatohepatitis could be the next big global health epidemic in liver disease.
Egypt’s Big Deal
Gilead agrees to supply its new hep C drug, Sovaldi, to the North African country for just $300 per treatment.
Tattoos and Hepatitis C
Arm yourself with these facts before you go under the needle.
Your Online Hepatitis Community
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