mavyret

Mavyret is more commonly known by patients with its generic name of Glecaprevir-Pibrentasvir. There are two generic names because it is a combination of the two components. The medicine is used for the treatment of a chronic type of hepatitis C. This is a viral liver infection. The two active ingredients work hand in hand…

zepatier

The combination of grazoprevir and elbasvir made up the drug known as Zepatier. The two components are classified as antiviral medicines which can help in preventing HCV or hepatitis C to spread throughout the body. Zepatier is given by doctors to help treat adults with genotype 1 or 4 chronic hepatitis C. This can also…

liver-cirrhosis

Among the major organs of the body is the liver. It has a vital function for the normal body functioning. This is why it needs to care for the best way we can. The thing is, there are many diseases that can affect the liver. One of such is Cirrhosis. Liver cirrhosis is a liver…

PegIntron

The liver is considered an essential organ of the body. Once it is damaged, it can often mean that the patient may have a deadly condition. Among the many diseases that may scare any person when diagnosed is hepatitis C. This condition damages the liver. It can be transferred through sharing of needles, exchange of…

Olysio

Hepatitis C is among the many diseases that affect human. This mainly affects the liver which is considered a vital organ. The disease is communicable. It can be transmitted from one person to another through an exchange of body fluids such as in sexual intercourse, blood transfusion and even sharing of needles. The virus responsible…

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is one kind of hepatitis that can infect almost anyone. This kind of hepatitis is transmitted by means of blood or body fluids exposure. Once a person is diagnosed with the disease, it should be treated right away because it can be deadly once the liver is permanently damaged. Often times, health care…

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