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.
On the Treatment Issues tab, you can click on the following pages:
Clinical Trials – On this tab you will learn how to use the HCV Advocate HCV Drug Pipeline
Current Treatments: This tab features two types of fact sheets:
- Easy C fact sheets on treatment. One-page fact sheets with easy to understand information about current medications to treat hepatitis C.
- HCSP Fact Sheets. Multiple-page fact sheets that have comprehensive information those treatment side effects.
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.
HCV Advocate Drug Pipeline – Monthly Report: Our drug pipeline in a very simple format that is updated monthly. In addition to posting this with our newsletter, we post it here.
Quick Reference Guides: Our HCV Quick Reference Guides provide information about drugs in development to treat hepatitis C. The reference guides are updated quarterly and published in the Monthly Edition of the HCV Advocate newsletter.
Treatment-Related Guides: Information about various issues related to treatment.
Treatment Side Effects: This tab features two types of fact sheets on treatment-related side effects:
- Easy C fact sheets: treatment-related side effects. One page fact sheets with easy-to-understand information about various aspects of hepatitis C treatment-related side effects.
- HCSP Fact Sheets. Multiple-page fact sheets about various treatment-related side