Guide to Hepatitis C for People Living With HIV
Testing, Coinfection, Treatment and Support
From Treatment Action Group
- First Questions
- Hepatitis C Transmission
- What Happens to People Who Have Hepatitis C
- Issues Affecting People Living With HCV/HIV Coinfection
- Tests and Monitoring
- Managing and Treating HCV
- HCV Treatment and People Who Use Drugs
- Side Effects and Management Strategies
- Research Into New Drugs to Treat HCV
- HIV Drugs and HCV Infection
- Managing Cirrhosis
- Living With HCV/HIV Coinfection
- Other Viral Hepatitis Infections
- Resources and Further Information
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This publication was written and compiled by Simon Collins (HIV i-Base, UK) and Tracy Swan (Treatment Action Group, US). Additional editorial comments are included from: Sanjay Bhagani, M.D., Polly Clayden, Jen Curry, Marc Ennals, Ramon Espacio, Loon Gangte, Charles Gore, Camilla Graham, M.D., Mauro Guarinieri, Kelly Safreed Harmon, Bob Huff, Marianna Iwulska, Robert James, Maxime Journiac, Svilen Konov, Luis Mendão, Silvia Petretti, David Pieper, Jack Summerside, Joan Tallada, Carmen Tarrades, and Kate Thomson.
Illustrator: Lei Chou
Designer: Adam Fredericks
Copy Editor: Andrea Benzacar Dailey
Disclaimer: Information in this booklet is not intended to replace information from your doctor or other healthcare providers. Decisions related to your treatment should be made in consultation with your doctor.
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