Latest by Alan Franciscus
The good news is that most people can stay healthy when they have HIV and hep C together, but the key to staying healthy is to learn as much as you can.
This fact sheet discusses the various aspects of hepatitis C (HCV) in children and adolescents including mother-to-child transmission, hepatitis C transmission and prevention, HCV disease progression, the tests to monitor chronic hepatitis C, and tre...
An overview of hepatitis C-related liver cancer -- the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, and medications to delay the eventual onset of death from liver cancer.
A summary of key facts about early hepatitis C infection, chronic infection and treatment strategies.
This short fact sheet provides basic information on hepatitis c virus (HCV) and HCV transmission.
Testing positive for antibodies to the hepatitis C virus (anti-HCV) may be scary, but now you have information that can improve your health and well-being.
In late 2015 or early 2016, new medication will join the available roster of hepatitis C treatment. Others are in early to mid-stage research. Read about the top 5 most promising drugs in development.
Infection with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the most common coinfection in people with HIV, and hepatitis C is categorized as an HIV-related opportunistic illness. Learn how to combat both conditions to stay as healthy as possible.
Today, we have medications that can cure over 90% of people living with hepatitis C. Even better, the side effects of the newer treatments are much easier to tolerate. This guide will discuss what it takes to prepare for treatment.
Este artículo está diseñado para ayudarle a conservar la salud por informarle sobre aquellos aspectos que pueden ponerle en peligro de contraer la hepatitis C. Evitar las situaciones que se exponen a continuación puede reducir en gran medida el riesg...