Check out what we have in store for you in the April Newsletter
We are happy to announce that we are bringing back our national Train-the-Trainer program. We have already booked workshops in Ohio, North Carolina, and Indiana. We are also actively planning workshops in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama later this year. If you are interested in attending one of our training workshops go to the HCV Advocate’s Events page here.
In this month’s HCV Advocate Monthly newsletter we have the following articles:
HealthWise – Sleep: The Key to a Healthy Liver by Lucinda K. Porter, RN. In this month’s column Lucinda explores the connection between sleep, the liver, a person’s health and the dreaded daylight saving time.
SnapShots—by Alan Franciscus. I discuss three studies: Zepatier to treat people with bleeding disorders, the transformation of HCV treatment from the interferon era to direct-acting antiviral era with the VA system and finally the incidence of fatty liver in people with HIV, HCV, HIV/HCV coinfection and those with neither—and the very surprising outcome from the study.
Under the Umbrella—Five Ways Hepatitis C is Unique to Women by Matthew Zielske. Matthew lays out five important facts about women and hepatitis C that you may or may not know about women infected with hepatitis C.
Peace, prosperity and good health,
Alan and the team of the HCV Advocate,
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