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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.
Of those living with hepatitis C, how many will develop a chronic infection? How many will get a serious liver disease or be diagnosed with liver cancer? A new infographic from the Hepatitis C Support Project and HCV Advocate shows you the stats on w...
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.
La hepatitis C (VHC) es una enfermedad sumamente estigmatizada. El hecho de revelar el diagnóstico de VHC puede causar ansiedad en muchos niveles. Las ramificaciones de esta noticia pueden ejercer impacto en las situaciones médica, marital o familiar...
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...
HIV and HCV share many of the same characteristics, but there are also some very distinct differences in the way they are transmitted, how long each virus lives outside of the body, disease progression, and treatment.
Los medicamentos para tratar la hepatitis C son caros. Pero hay un par de opciones para las personas que no pueden pagar el tratamiento del VHC.
Having lived through the plague years of HIV as a hemophiliac, it wasn't until the late 2000s that Andrew even knew he had hepatitis C. Now, after battling all three for some time, he's healthier than ever.