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New Hepatitis Treatment Cost Effective for Some Patient Types

April 27, 2015

For HCV patients with cirrhosis and for those without cirrhosis who have failed other treatments, new treatment regimens may be cost effective.

For individuals infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV), new regimens are highly effective, but also very expensive, at approximately $28,000 for four weeks of treatment. This pricey treatment is cost effective for HCV patients with cirrhosis and for those without cirrhosis who have failed other treatments, according to a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine.

Read more about these findings in GI & Hepatology News.

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