It is truly an exciting time for people considering treatment for hepatitis C. In the last few years, scientific advances have made treatment for Hep C shorter and more effective than it was in previous years.

The main goal of Hep C treatment is to be cured. This is defined as having no virus detected in the bloodstream 3 months after treatment is completed. This is also known as achieving sustained virologic response (SVR).

You may wish to consult a specialist to discuss your Hep C treatment options. Gastroenterologists, infectious disease specialists, hepatologists, and even some nurse practitioners commonly manage cases of Hep C. As a result, they are among the most up to date on the latest advances in science surrounding Hep C.

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There's no "one" way to talk about Hep C. Everyone experiences it differently. That's why we've created Hep C Hope, a customizable, resource-filled program designed to help you have a better conversation with your Hep C specialist.