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Author Topic: Co-Infected? Advocate Your Way To New Hep C Treatments  (Read 6680 times)

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Co-Infected? Advocate Your Way To New Hep C Treatments
« on: August 22, 2014, 11:19:57 am »
According to this industry expert, HIV/HCV co-infected patients will most likely be one of the first groups to get treated for the virus under AASLD’s prioritized guidelines. But for hep C treatment to be effective, patients will have to get their HIV in check first. There’s also quite a bit of red tape to sort through in terms of financing the drugs.

Click the link for more information: http://www.hepmag.com/articles/hiv_hcv_2502_26051.shtml

 


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