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Direct-acting antiviral medicines interfere with different steps of the hepatitis C lifecycle. A combination of drugs may be co-formulated into a single pill. Modern treatment typically lasts for two or three months, usually does not cause side-effects and cures more than 95% of treated people.

Few HIV Patients Treated for Hep C Given Contraindicated HIV Drugs

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Medscape (requires free registration)
22 August 2022