13932Fw: ABT-450 Shows Promising Results for Hepatitis C Patients
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This Research & Treatment News update gives you highlights from the latest articles posted to HepatitisCentral.com for patients and their families, caregivers and health professionals. With new information being published regularly, we want you to have the latest news on treatments, clinical trials, social issues and important breakthroughs.“A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.” - Hugh DownsABT-450 Shows Promising Results for Hepatitis C Patients
A Phase 2b trial of ABT-450 (a once-a-day, all-oral drug) revealed an average sustained virologic response of 95 percent in newly-diagnosed patients. Read more.One of the Largest Outbreaks of Hepatitis C Tied to a Physician
Physician re-uses syringes at his Las Vegas endoscopy clinic to save money – nine infections of Hepatitis C conclusively traced back. Read more.Your Opinion Wanted:Experts believe that anxiety is predominantly a side effect of interferon, but it can also accompany the worry and uncertainty elicited when fighting any chronic illness. If you have suffered from anxiety, which ways have you tried to ease it?Meditation, Deep Breathing and/or Yoga
Supplementing with Anxiety-Lowering Herbs, Vitamins and Minerals
Anxiety Management Medication
All of the Above
None of the AboveWe asked, you responded…
A new study that appeared in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology suggests that drinking 3 cups of coffee a day can reduce the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma by 40 percent. How many cups of coffee do you drink a day?22%: 0
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