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1 hr ago | SFGate
Just days into his second round of treatment for Hepatitis C, James Jensen spent his afternoon painting banners, making buttons and assembling information packets to educate people about the chronic liver disease which affects an estimated 3.2 million people in the United States.
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2 hrs ago | PR-inside.com
Freedom from IFN, treating all genotypes and betting on vaccines could bring a sea of change in the HCV therapy class area in the future.
6 hrs ago | Virology Journal
No information is available on the possible influence of the genetic heterogeneity of major hepatitis C virus cell receptors on selection of virus variants.
10 hrs ago | Business Journal
Sovaldi, the highly-touted new hepatitis C drug developed by Gilead Sciences, could be available to patients in India within two years.
14 hrs ago | WJRT
Treatment options of Hepatitis C have been limited. Sometimes the available treatments have more severe side effects than those caused by the actual illness.
18 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for such testing in 2012.
Since launching her online petition on change.org last month seeking access to two new life-saving drugs for her seriously ill mother, Jennifer Peever has attracted nearly 64,000 signatures.
The Ministry for Primary Industries is concerned about some Royal Gala and New Zealand Beauty apples, and Golden Queen peaches sold over the past fortnight after a packhouse worker was found to have the virus.
Due to the fear that an insulin pen reservoir may have been reused, a hospital near New York City has issued thousands of warning letters urging patients to get tested for hepatitis and HIV.
In July 2013, I wrote on this site about the story of one million lives lost. It was a story that reflected the escalating impact of viral hepatitis in Asia Pacific; infections that we now know are associated with over one million deaths every year in the region.
Researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy have identified a gene, which explains why certain patients with chronic hepatitis C do not experience relapse after treatment.
A New York hospital on Wednesday alerted more than 4,200 patients who may have received insulin of possible exposure to hepatitis viruses and human immunodeficiency virus due to possible blood contamination, officials and local media said.
An outbreak of Hepatitis A in the Hutt Valley has spurred public health warnings to make sure vaccinations are up to date.
If you think your doctor's penmanship is atrocious, it probably is. There's a reason for that: So her signature cannot easily be copied.
Rosemary Napeyok in the Nadunget Health Center, located in Karamoja, northeastern Uganda, consults a doctor in Kampala over Skype, March 3, 2014.
Expensive new drugs for hepatitis C may work better than older treatments, but their high cost undermines their value, a panel of experts said Monday during a daylong forum in San Francisco Monday.
Organ-transplant recipients often reject donated organs, but a new, two-pronged strategy developed by UC San Francisco researchers to specifically weaken immune responses that target transplanted tissue has shown promise in controlled experiments on mice.