Recovering From Hep C
How long does it take to regain your health after an infection? Connie M. Welch answers your most important post-cure questions.
Apparently hep C drugs can kill or damage the good gut bacteria we need to break down foods. But Joe Burke has a solution.
Create a Winning Team
Getting over hep C faster begins with our families, branches out to health care providers and then to our friends says Kim Bossley. Here’s how to break the ice.
New Guidelines Deny Care
Lucinda K. Porter: We need to fight back. It’s time for hepatitis C patients to say, “This is unacceptable, Everyone deserves treatment.”
Liver Cancer Post Cure
It’s not the norm, but it is a threat to those of us who have severe liver damage. Check out Karen Hoyt’s latest update on her battle with HCC.
Real People, Real Stories
Want to know what it's really like living with hepatitis? Interested in sharing your own experiences?
Europe OK’s New Drug
BMS’s Daklinza (daclatasvir) works well with other cures to treat hep C genos 1-4. Will the U.S. follow suit?
Faster, Easier Hep C Cures
Say goodbye to months of painful drug injections, side effects and failed cure attempts. New drugs are 90% to 100% effective and work in just 12 weeks!
Gilead Rules 70% of Hep C Market
Will this fall’s new crop of cures create more competition or will the pharma giant continue to reign supreme?
A Cure in
The treatment length for hepatitis C continues to decline as new, next-generation drugs come out.
Vertex’s once-blockbuster hep C drug is getting pulled off the market thanks to newer, better cures.
Hepatitis C Under 30
Prescription drug abuse is leading more young Americans on a path to heroin and eventually, to deadly liver disease.
In the current issue, hep C advocate Elizabeth Owens talks about grassroots activism, education and building up the courage to tackle the disease.
Hep A at Whataburger!
Health department officials in Austin, Texas are warning patrons of a popular burger joint near the University of Texas.
Students Sue For Major Health Scare
The University of Derby told them they were potentially exposed to both hep C and HIV in the middle of finals season.
Skip The Scooby Snacks
Doctors warn synthetic marijuana is causing a growing number of hospitalizations and deaths in the U.S.
A new hep C testing and awareness campaign for U.S. truckers is rolling out this fall.
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