Hepatitis C News Update

Could ‘test often, treat early’ approach help eliminate hepatitis C among people with HIV?“Burnet Institute’s Dr Rachel Sacks-Davis is the lead investigator on an NHMRC Ideas Grant worth over $600,000, awarded to examine how a ‘test often, treat early’ approach could...

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City of Hope Study Finds That Neuroendocrine Cancer Patients and Doctors Agree on Treatment Goals Only Half of the Time“Among those surveyed, 70% of people with neuroendocrine tumors said they value overcoming pain, fatigue or lack of function over simply prolonging...

Hepatitis C News Update

Alabama Agrees to Lift Medicaid Ban on Hepatitis C Drugs “Alabama’s state Medicaid program and the US Department of Justice reached a settlement that will allow Alabama residents with substance use disorders to receive hepatitis C medication.” Project in Rural...

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Mayor Adams, American College of Lifestyle Medicine Announce $44 Million to Offer Lifestyle Medicine Foundational Training to Every NYC Health Care Practitioner “NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) today...

Hepatitis C News

We have a cure for hepatitis C. Why are hundreds of New Englanders still dying every year?“Harriet Callahan was caught completely by surprise. While visiting a doctor for arthritis a few years ago, a routine blood test revealed she had hepatitis C, one of the...

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COPD Affects Approximately 16 Million Americans, Making Breathing Difficult““Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a term used to describe chronic lung diseases, including emphysema and chronic bronchitis, and is characterized by breathlessness. Some people...