Lucinda K. Porter starts wrapping up the huge liver conference in her blog by overviewing its 2014 hepatitis C treatment guidelines.
Ever had teeth-chattering chills or flu-like symptoms while taking Ribavirin? Joe Burke figures out how to fix it in his latest blog.
& The ACA
Howard Josephner asks, 'As substance abuse treatment coverage is extended to the U.S., will insurers start treating addiction as a chronic condition?'
Hep Lessons: Trying Out
Are you a relapser or a non-responder? Will newer hep C treatments work for you?
Understand Your MELD Score
For patients needing a new liver, the higher the number, the higher up you are on the transplant waiting list.
EASL 2014 Kicks Off
Check out Hep's coverage of the 49th annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of the Liver.
Check out Hep's overview of news from the front lines of hepatitis research from this year's Boston conference.
The Perfect Coinfection Cure
Fixed-dose sofosbuvir/ledipasvir cures 100% of hepatitis C cases among those coinfected with HIV & is safe to use with ARVs.
In Europe, Hep Beats HIV
The viral hepatitis epidemic eclipses HIV in Europe by killing off nearly 10 times more people.
More Pills, Cheaper Price?
Researchers find that Sovaldi-Olysio-Ribavirin combo is actually more cost-effective than treating hep C with just Sovaldi/Ribavirin.
In the current issue, Congressman Hank Johnson talks about being cured of his hep C.
The Anti-Sovaldi Coalition
Some insurers say they will end coverage of the pricey new hep C drug as soon as competitors hit the market.
Berry Epidemic Still Growing
More than 1,300 hepatitis A cases across the European Union over the last year show frozen berry products are still not safe.
Huge Hep C
A North Dakota nursing home is now being sued for the second largest hep C outbreak in U.S. history.
Your Online Hepatitis Community
Check out what everyone's talking about in the Hep Forums.