Hep C can be cured
If you’ve waited to get treated because you don’t feel sick, or because you’ve heard of high costs, side effects, or other reasons, don’t wait any longer. Talk to a healthcare
Hep C Basics
Hepatitis C (Hep C) is a virus that attacks your liver. You may not have symptoms, but chronic (long lasting) Hep C can cause liver damage, liver cancer, and even death.
Today’s Hep C treatments are pills—not injections—and have cure rates of 95% or higher.
Treating in Recovery
Injecting drugs is the most common way you can get Hep C in the U.S. In recovery? You can be cured and put Hep C behind you.
Chronic hepatitis C: Chronic hepatitis C is serious and long lasting. For 75%–85% of people with Hep C, an acute infection becomes chronic.