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A Truly Historic Era in Hepatitis C Therapy

We are entering a truly historic era in hepatitis C therapy. The recent introduction of oral, well-tolerated, limited-duration therapies with over 95% cure rates makes the once unrealistic aspiration of eradicating hepatitis C infection a realizable goal. However, several major hurdles need to be cleared before this objective can be achieved. Foremost is the identi...

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Hepatitis C is a Global Public Health Issue

Undiagnosed and Untreated Hepatitis C is a Global Public Health Issue Undiagnosed and untreated hepatitis C is a global public health issue, with growing numbers of patients suffering and dying from the consequences of chronic infection, including cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. HCV infection is typically asymptomatic until significant liver disease ...

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Addressing the Global Hepatitis C Crisis

The number of individuals suffering from the devastating consequences of chronic Hepatitis C (HCV) infection is increasing worldwide. HCV infection is typically asymptomatic for decades but up to 80% of people infected with HCV will develop chronic disease. Progressive liver fibrosis is an important consequence of chronic HCV infection, with resultant cirrhosis that ...

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AJM Hepatitis C Resource Center: Updated

The American Journal of Medicine (AJM) Hepatitis C Resource Center: A Newly Updated Educational Initiative Undiagnosed and untreated hepatitis C is a global public health issue, with growing numbers of patients suffering and dying from the consequences of chronic infection, including cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma. The American Journal of Medicine (AJM) ...

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