This section provides the following information:
HCV Medications: This tab features several sets of information about managing treatment side effects:
- Quick Reference Guide: CV Medications Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lists in chronological order all the drugs that have been approved to treat hepatitis C, with the cure rates by genotype.
- The HCV Advocate Drug Pipeline is no longer updated because as of now newer drugs are not being developed. In its place, see the HCV Medications Blog.
- See below for information about searching for a clinical trial for hepatitis C:
ClinicalTrials.gov is a government-run clinical trial site. If you type in “HCV” in the search engine, it will bring up all clinical trials. If you are looking for a particular drug study—type in “HCV” and the drug name. Once you find a clinical trial that you are interested in – you can click through until you find where the clinical trial site resides—city and state.
Current Treatments: This tab features several sets of information:
- Information about Current Treatments on our blog Current Hep C Medications Blog.
- EasyC sheets that address Current Treatments Current Treatments (Easy C’s)
- Factsheets about Current Treatments: Current Treatments (HCSP Facts)
Current Treatment – Side Effect Management: This tab features several sets of information about managing treatment side effects:
- EasyC sheets that address Side Effect Management: Side Effect Management (Easy C’s)
- Factsheets about Side Effect Management: Side Effect Management (HCSP Facts).
FDA – Approved Prescribing Information (Package Inserts): The FDA will issue a package label that contains valuable information about the efficacy (effectiveness), adverse events (side effects), who should use the medications, who should not take the medications and other relevant information.
Treatment-Related Guides: Information about various issues related to treatment.
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