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Taking Care of Your Liver with Hepatitis C

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  Manage Your Medications Medications, vitamins, and supplements you take pass through your liver.  Your liver is responsible for processing all of these substances. According to the American Liver Foundation it is important to understand exactly how you should be taking your medications in order to avoid putting undue stress on your liver.   Be …

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The Importance of Taking Cirrhosis Medications; Hep C Patient Interview with Suzanne and Mark, part 2

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Hep C patient Suzanne shares how she and husband Mark reacted quickly to a dangerous episode with her Stage 4 Cirrhosis and the important of taking cirrhosis medication. To read part 1 of Suzanne’s experience, see link below. Connie: To Recap your last Hep C treatment; In December of 2013, you did treatment for Hep …

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The Importance of Taking Cirrhosis Medications; Hep C Patient Interview with Suzanne and Mark, part 1

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Hepatitis C can often lead to liver damage if undetected and not treated. Cirrhosis can result from years of liver damage. For liver patients it is very important to take cirrhosis medications and to know the symptoms associated with cirrhosis in order to seek immediate medical attention. Hep C patient Suzanne, shares her experience with …

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Patient Assistance Programs for Hep C Treatment

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Patient assistance programs are available to help Hep C patients get the Hep C treatment they need. These programs are sponsored by drug companies, doctors, patient advocacy organizations, civic groups and nonprofit organizations. They help low-income, uninsured patients, under insured, or those who need help with co-pays get free or low-cost, brand-name medications and treatment …

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