A new study found that antiretroviral drug therapies could treat patients co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C effectively.
A new study found that an oral treatment was about to cure around 90 percent of hepatitis C patients with cirrhosis.
The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 reported that in Europe, viral hepatitis is more deadly than HIV.
U.S. lawmakers have asked Gilead Sciences Inc to explain the $84,000 hefty price tag of its new hepatitis C Drug named Sovaldi. Reportedly, the drug is encountering resistance from health insurers and state Medicaid programs.
Patients admitted to a Long Island Hospital in New York might have been exposed to Hepatitis B and C, and HIV.
A new government study reported that the number of hepatitis C cases have fallen due to a spike in deaths caused by the virus.
The FDA approved a new treatment for hepatitis C.
A federal judge sentenced a former Exeter Hospital employee to 39 years in prison for spreading hepatitis C in more than 45 patients in three states. This is one of the most egregious cases of misconduct by a medical technician.
If statistics are to be believed, the disease hepatitis C is killing more people than HIV/AIDS and hepatitis B combined.
One patient of a Tulsa dentist contracted Hepatitis C from his office, the state health department confirms. The dentist is accused of possibly exposing thousands of patients too.
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force announced that baby boomers should all get tested for possible hepatitis C infection.
Almost 60 people have tested positive for hepatitis or HIV after visiting an Oklahoma dentist who used unsanitary medical equipment on them during their checkup, the Tulsa Health Department said Thursday.
A Nevada jury just awarded two people $524 million in punitive damages, the largest number for an American case so far this year.
Patients of Arkansas dentist Dr. William Jarrod Stewart are recommended to receive blood tests.
Following the public health scare in Oklahoma where an oral surgeon is accused of unsanitary practices which may have exposed 7,000 patients with hepatitis or HIV, hundreds of former patients lined up on Saturday to get tested.