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What to Expect After Hepatitis C Treatment

From lifestyle changes to post-HCV meds, here's what it looks like to move on with your life now that you’ve been cured.

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Your Liver on Hepatitis C

Here’s how this infection impacts your liver, from the moment you get it until after you’re treated.

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The Differences (and Similarities) You Need to Know About Past and Present Hepatitis C Treatment

Older treatment for Hepatitis C had a lot of side effects and you had to stay on the drugs for a long time. With new meds, these downsides are mostly a thing of the past.

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Just Diagnosed With Hepatitis C?

Three hep C patients share the strategies that got them through diagnosis, treatment, and more.

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15 Facts You Need to Know About Hepatitis C and Pregnancy

Thinking of becoming pregnant but have the Hepatitis C virus (also known as HCV)? Not sure if you have it but maybe you do? Separate fact from fiction and learn what you should know.

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Just Diagnosed With Hepatitis C? Here Are Your Next Steps

Know what to do with Hepatitis C from diagnosis and testing to treatment and beyond.

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10 Facts About Sex and Hepatitis C

Wondering if you can be safe having sex if you or your partner have Hepatitis C? We went to the experts and asked, and here’s what they said.

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The Best Diet for Hepatitis C

Worried you’ll be restricted with what you can eat if you have Hepatitis C? No need to be concerned–you've got a ton of healthy options that will make your liver happier.

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Is Liver Damage Reversable?

The liver is an amazing organ, with a unique ability to heal, so curing hepatitis C may allow the liver to reverse the damage and heal itself over time.