Links: Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection according to genotype
News and Research
HCV Genotypes and Treatment
A collection of updated research and news articles with a focus on treating HCV according to genotype. Information is extracted from peer-reviewed journals, liver meetings/conferences, research manuscripts and interactive learning activities.
FDA Approved Treatments
Conference Updates Indexed By Pharmaceutical Company
Hepatitis C Breaking Conference Reports
News, clinical updates, on-demand broadcasts, and slide presentations
Summarize recommended treatments for chronic hepatitis C genotypes 1-6
PDF - Treatment of HCV Genotype 1
PDF - Treatment of HCV Genotype 2
PDF - Treatment of HCV Genotype 3
PDF - Treatment of HCV Genotype 4
PDF - Treatment of HCV Genotype 5 or 6.
Source - Hepatitis C Online
Easy C Treatment Guides by Genotype
THESE GUIDES INCLUDE:
Definitions of commonly used terms
The best drugs to treat hepatitis C for a given Genotype
How long treatment lasts
The most common side effects of the drugs
The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) and the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) with the International Antiviral Society developed a living document with ever evolving guidelines to treat HCV. This ever changing document is updated when new HCV drugs are approved, and new real world data is established.
Initiating Therapy by HCV Genotype
Initial Treatment Summary of Recommendations for Patients Who are Initiating Therapy for HCV Infection by HCV Genotype
Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection: A Review of Current Direct-Acting Antiviral Treatment Strategies/HCV Genotypes 1-6
Treatment guidelines are constantly evolving due to emerging regimens and real world treatment data. There also still remain subpopulations for whom current treatments are lacking or unclearly defined. Thus, the race for development of HCV treatment regimens still continues. This review of the current literature will discuss the current recommended treatment strategies and briefly overview next generation agents.
Summary Of EASL 2015 Hepatitis C Treatment Guidelines
New EASL guidelines prioritise interferon-free hepatitis C treatment
Who should be treated?
Recommended regimes by genotype
Non-invasive liver disease assessment
What we need now: research gaps and improved access
Download: The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) latest hepatitis C treatment guidelines
PDF: RECOMMENDATIONS ON TREATMENT OF HEPATITIS C 2015