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Author Topic: Janssen New Quadruple Combo Cures 100% of Hep C Genotype 1b  (Read 6571 times)

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Janssen New Quadruple Combo Cures 100% of Hep C Genotype 1b
« on: March 31, 2015, 01:01:11 pm »
The HPC2001 study was a Phase IIa trial of 12 weeks of Olysio plus one or two of Jannsen's upcoming additional direct-acting antivirals.

Treatment was given to both treatment-naive and prior relapser individuals with genotype 1 of the virus who did not have cirrhosis.

In three groups, Olysio was paired with the non-nucleoside polymerase inhibitor TMC647055, which was boosted with the HIV antiretroviral Norvir (ritonavir), with or without ribavirin.

A fourth group took Olysio, Norvir–boosted TMC647055, and either 30 or 60 milligrams of the NS5A replication complex inhibitor JNJ-56914845.

Check out details on the results here: http://www.hepmag.com/articles/Olysio_1b_2501_26982.shtml

 


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