Hepatitis C: Resources for People with Hepatitis C

For most people with hepatitis C, drugs are now available to prevent hepatitis C from becoming a chronic disease. An acute infection may clear on its own without treatment in about 25% of people. Since 2011, new treatments have been available for persons living with hepatitis C and have shown to cure 90% of persons with 8–12 weeks of oral therapy.

Below are links to several resources that can assist people in understanding hepatitis C and in managing their health.

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Advocacy and support

Clinical trials

Drug assistance

Assistance in paying for care

General and special interests

Last Revised: February 15, 2021