Hepatitis C Treatment Breakthroughs Provide Hope for Patients

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In the past few months patients diagnosed with Hepatitis C have seen what had been terminal conditions be cured. The technology used to find these curative treatments can now be applied to other conditions.

In the past few months patients diagnosed with Hepatitis C have seen what had been terminal conditions be cured. The technology used to find these curative treatments can now be applied to other conditions.

At the American Gastroenterological Congress of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Miami, Jacqueline G. O'Leary, MD, MPH, AGAF, from Baylor University Medical Center discussed what these breakthroughs can mean for the patients and other healthcare professionals.

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