Hep C and Outreach to Hispanics

It's a Hispanic Thing Hep outreach & research are needed for a vulnerable community by Larry Buhl In a presentation at a National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA)...

Be About It: Hep B in Asian/Pacific Islander Communities

Talking About It A documentary put human faces on hep B in Asian-American communities by Larry Buhl According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Medicaid HCV Blockade

Denial Many states restrict DAA coverage to the sickest of hep C patients by Larry Buhl When direct-acting antiretrovirals (DAAs) for hepatitis C were new, some private...

Risky Business?

In February, Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado, revealed that it told nearly 3,000 former surgery patients that they should get tested for hepatitis...

Exchange Change

After nearly three decades of entrenched opposition to funding programs that allow drug users to obtain free sterile syringes, the U.S. Congress in January...

HCV Under the Radar

It’s desk-clearing time for 2015 and time to visit some under-reported hepatitis C-related news. Hep C has been in the news quite a bit...

Mind the Gaps

Amy Killelea of the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) sees healthcare coverage gaps everywhere, and as director of NASTAD’s new...

The Price of War

Cost of treatment and prevention in the war on viral hepatitis was the overriding theme of the first World Hepatitis Summit, which drew more...

High Bar

Working in HIV cure research, developing potential HIV therapeutics and eradication strategies focused on ABOBEC3g, Dr. Harold Smith of the University of Rochester had...

Affairs of the Heart

It is well known that people with hepatitis C virus (HCV) are at risk for liver damage, but the results of two new studies...