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Dr. E Lebovics: Post-EASL 2015 HCV Interview

During our last interview, you mentioned that extending the use of all oral, interferon-free, hepatitis C regimens to special populations including those with decompensated cirrhosis, post-transplant, and renal failure is an area of great interest. We would like to hear your thoughts on relevant clinical data presented at The International Liver Congress™ 2015, ...

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Successful HCV virus eradication is durable

Study reconfirms that successful anti-HCV therapy translates into increased patient survival at least in chronically infected patients with advanced stages of fibrosis. Achieving SVR did not entirely prevent hepatic decompensation or HCC, which adds further credence to continued long-term surveillance for HCC in SVR patients. Long-term complications of chronic ...

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Treatment-induced SVR is a long-term HCV cure

Study indicates that a treatment-induced SVR corresponds to a cure for Hepatitis C, and that the clinical significance of any residual trace amounts of HCV RNA seems limited A sustained viral response (SVR), defined as undetectable HCV RNA in serum 24 weeks after the end of treatment, is regarded as a cure from HCV infection. However, it has been hypothesized that ...

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