Who Decides Your Future?
Lucinda K. Porter is concerned about new hep C treatment guidelines that give certain patients priority over care.
In his latest blog, Joe Burke talks about a touchy topic relating to hepatitis C: sexual risk factors.
What is HCC?
Hepatocellular Carcinoma is not a common form of cancer, but it can show up if you’ve lived with hep C as long as Karen Hoyt has.
Share Your Treatment Experience
Connie M. Welch is looking for hep C patients who are willing to talk about their time on the newest hep C drugs.
Kim Bossley says we must learn to accept help when it’s available, despite dealing with the silent stigma of liver disease.
Real People, Real Stories
Want to know what it's really like living with hepatitis? Interested in sharing your own experiences?
New Rules Prioritize Care
The AASLD’s new clinical guidelines say docs should dole out hep C treatment to only the sickest patients.
Hepatitis Prevention: Is $1 Enough?
We need way more funding for hepatitis prevention and access treatment programs to help end the epidemic.
Falling Through The Cracks
When positive hepatitis C tests go unconfirmed, care can go awry.
HCV: Still the
Advocates say hepatitis C awareness needs to be made a national priority, before it’s too late.
94% Cures For Olysio-Sovaldi
The FDA is expected to approve the off-label combo for geno 1’s by January 2015.
Hep Lessons: Starting Treatment
Here’s how to determine whether or not you are ready to begin a treatment regimen to cure your hep C.
In the current issue, hep C advocate Elizabeth Owens talks about grassroots activism, education and building up the courage to tackle the disease.
The Future of The Epidemic
Scientists predict hepatitis C could be a rare disease in the U.S. by 2036, but advocates disagree.
Inmate Rights vs. High Price
Expensive new hep C meds could spell disaster for U.S. prison budgets.
Helping the Homeless
A new pilot project in Montreal aims to cure city mission clients of deadly liver disease.
Sovaldi Pitched At Half the Price
Public documents from 2011 show the original developers of the hep C cure estimated a price of just $36,000 for treatment.
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