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The 21st Century Cures Act allows drug companies to speed up development of drugs that may not work

The U.S. was responsible for developing anti-viral medication that has allowed us to actually cure hepatitis C, a disease that often leads to end-stage liver disease.
January 2021

Population health: what might it look like?

helped. She will die if she doesn’t find another option, but she is in deep now, with a criminal record and hepatitis C and no job or insurance.
January 2021

Five herbal remedies backed by some evidence

St. John's Wort is probably not effective for:. --AIDS. --Hepatitis C.
January 2021

Reliable medical answers are only a click away

Krevsky walked them through some examples. One case involved a 69-year-old man with hepatitis C cirrhosis without a history of variceal hemorrhage who was noted to have large varices
September 2009

First blood test approved to evaluate concussion

Brand name: Xyzal). Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate tablets (150 mg, 200 mg, 250 mg) to treat HIV-1 infection and chronic hepatitis B infection.
April 2018

Pneumococcal vaccine recommendations can be unclear

We often are dealing with hepatitis virus vaccinations, which are risk-based and are also complicated but still I don't think top the complications of pneumococcal vaccine recommendations.
April 2018

NAFLD treatment starts with weight loss, then other modes

Chronic hepatitis C may get a lot of press, but it isn't the most common chronic liver disease in the U.S. ... Torres, MD, told an audience of Internal Medicine Meeting 2016 attendees at her session, “Evolving Paradigms in Chronic Hepatitis.”.
July 2016

Warning for tofacitinib; generic pregabalin approved

A boxed warning cautions that patients co-infected with hepatitis B should add additional treatment for their hepatitis B or consider a different drug regimen.
September 2019

2019 International Forum highlights physician well-being

Dr. DeLong continued by noting a program called Project ECHO. Project ECHO was developed by a gastroenterologist, the only physician in a rural state who took care of patients with hepatitis ... C. Through electronic means, he helped general internists
October 2019

New drug treats cancer based on biomarker, not location

Serious risks include immune-mediated side effects, such as pneumonitis, colitis, hepatitis, endocrinopathies, and nephritis.
July 2017

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