Hepatitis C RSS Feeds
About Site - This blog links to patient friendly commentary about current HCV treatment options, using information extracted from news articles, peer-reviewed journals, liver meetings/conferences, and interactive learning activities.
About Site - Life beyond Hepatitis C is dedicated to encourage others through Jesus Christ to live beyond our circumstances. Its mission is to serve the whole person, spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically while helping them through the Hep C journey of diagnosis, tests, preparing for treatment, treatment and recovery.
About Site - The MD Magazine Hepatitis C condition center provides clinical news and articles, information about upcoming conferences and meetings, updated clinical trial listings, and other resources.
Site - catie.ca/en/home
About Site - CATIE is Canada's source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. We connect people living with HIV or hepatitis C, at-risk communities, healthcare providers and community organizations with the knowledge, resources and expertise to reduce transmission and improve quality of life.
Site - hepctrust.org.uk/news
London & Falkirk
About Site - The Hepatitis C Trust is the only UK charity for hepatitis C. For patients by patients. It is an entirely patient-led and patient-run organisation. The Trust's mission is to reverse the rapidly increasing death toll caused by hepatitis C in the UK until no-one dies from this preventable and treatable disease and, ultimately, it is all but eradicated in this country.
11. HepCBC RSS Feed
Site - hopefulgeranium.blogspot.com
About Site - Hepatitis C viraemia is carbohydrate-dependent because the virus piggy-backs on triglyceride assembly and VLDL exocytosis. This makes a very low carbohydrate diet an effective way to control HCV viraemia, HCV-associated autoimmune syndromes, and steatosis.
Site - hepatitiscmsg.org/blog
New York, NY
About Site - The Hepatitis C Mentor and Support Group was founded to address the lack of education and supportive services for people living with Hepatitis C and Co-infection, HCV/HIV.