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'Hepatitis C' - 65 News Result(s)

  • World Day Against Drug Abuse: UN Says, "Better Knowledge For Better Care"

    World Day Against Drug Abuse: UN Says, "Better Knowledge For Better Care"

    World drug abuse day 2020: Around 35.6 million people across the world are victims of drug abuse according to the World Drug Report 2020, which is published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Young adults and teenagers account for the largest share of those using drugs and most of them suffer from HIV, Hepatitis C and other related di...

  • Hepatitis C Drugs May Help Fight COVID-19, Suggests Study

    Hepatitis C Drugs May Help Fight COVID-19, Suggests Study

    Several drugs approved for the treatment of hepatitis C viral infection have been identified as potential candidates against COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, according to a study based on extensive calculations using supercomputer simulations.

  • Here's How You Can Detect Liver Cancer Early And Prevent It

    Here's How You Can Detect Liver Cancer Early And Prevent It

    The primary cause of the liver disease is the infection caused by hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus. Infection with this virus can affect you for years and can result in cirrhosis in your liver.

  • Organs Infected With Hepatitis C Can Now Be Transplanted

    Organs Infected With Hepatitis C Can Now Be Transplanted

    Patients can now receive an organ that has tested positive for hepatitis C, and if they become infected, they can be administered the antivirals to rid them of the disease.

  • Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    According to the research published in the Journal of Hepatology, drinking at least three cups of coffee and not smoking daily may half the risk of mortality in patients infected by both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV).

  • Women: The Silent Victims Of Punjab's Drug Crisis

    Women: The Silent Victims Of Punjab's Drug Crisis

    Amritsar, Punjab: In Amritsar’s Ajnala town, close to Pakistan’s border, 23-year-old Pooja (name changed), has been coping with her husband Parambir’s drug addiction for over five years. “After every treatment session, he promises to quit. But a few days after we are back home, he is back to the habit,” she says, despair and worry written...

  • She Thought She Was Dying Of Cancer. The Real Problem Astonished Her

    She Thought She Was Dying Of Cancer. The Real Problem Astonished Her

    In an awful way, it all made perfect sense, Gail T. Wells remembers thinking as neurologist Thy Nguyen matter-of-factly explained that she was ordering tests to check for an underlying cancer.

  • Government To Roll Out National Programme On Hepatitis C By December

    Government To Roll Out National Programme On Hepatitis C By December

    New Delhi: The government would by December come out with a national programme to fight Hepatitis C, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said. The programme would be rolled out subsequently next year, he said at the 4th National Technical Consultation on Viral Hepatitis, organised on the ‘World Hepatitis Day’. A workshop on the occasion ‘Framewor...

  • Pregnant Women With Hepatitis C Have 90% Chance Of Infecting Their Newborn, Finds Study

    Pregnant Women With Hepatitis C Have 90% Chance Of Infecting Their Newborn, Finds Study

    By Rupesh Dutta/ IndiaSpend.org New Delhi: The parents of 31-year-old Naina Bharali are worried since their only daughter has been diagnosed with cirrhosis (liver cancer) — caused by the hepatitis C virus. She is four months pregnant and they fear the new born will also get infected by the blood-borne viral disease. The confused Bharali does not ...

  • World Hepatitis Day: Mylan Launches Tablets For Treatment Of Hepatitis C

    World Hepatitis Day: Mylan Launches Tablets For Treatment Of Hepatitis C

    It's estimated that over 70 million people around the world have chronic Hepatitis C infection and nearly 400,000 people die each year from Hepatitis C-related liver diseases. Ahead of World Hepatitis Day the drug has now been launched to treat it.

  • Can You Get Hepatitis C With Sexual Transmission? Know The Facts On World Hepatitis Day

    Can You Get Hepatitis C With Sexual Transmission? Know The Facts On World Hepatitis Day

    Hepatitis C is a contagious liver disease, and the most common way to get infected is if you get in touch with the blood of the infected person. It can also be transmitted by saliva, semen and other body fluids, but this is very rare. This World Hepatitis Day, lets see if sexual transmission is possible.

  • Hepatitis C Drugs In India Are Cost Effective, Shows Study

    Hepatitis C Drugs In India Are Cost Effective, Shows Study

    Boston: Hepatitis C virus drugs available in India not only increase life expectancy but also reduce lifetime health care costs by over USD 1,300 per person. Researchers found that the generic directly-acting antiviral (DAA) treatments available in India are cost effective. “More than 9 million people are infected with Hepatitis C virus (HCV) in ...

  • Bid To Speed Transplants With Hepatitis C-Infected Kidneys

    Bid To Speed Transplants With Hepatitis C-Infected Kidneys

    Some patients facing a years-long wait for a kidney transplant are jumping ahead in line thanks to a startling experiment: They're agreeing to an organ almost sure to infect them with hepatitis C.

  • Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe injection practices such as reuse, incorrect disposal and poor sterilisation of syringes are increasingly contributing to Hepatitis-C Virus infection in India, doctors have cautioned on the eve of World Hepatitis Day.

  • Lupin, 5 Other Pharma Firms Ink Licensing Pact With Medicines Patent Pool

    Lupin, 5 Other Pharma Firms Ink Licensing Pact With Medicines Patent Pool

    Indian pharma firms Aurobindo, Emcure, Hetero Labs, Laurus Labs, Lupin and Zydus Cadila are among the seven drug makers which have signed licensing pact with UN-backed Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) for producing HIV and hepatitis C drugs.

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  • World Day Against Drug Abuse: UN Says, "Better Knowledge For Better Care"

    World Day Against Drug Abuse: UN Says, "Better Knowledge For Better Care"

    World drug abuse day 2020: Around 35.6 million people across the world are victims of drug abuse according to the World Drug Report 2020, which is published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Young adults and teenagers account for the largest share of those using drugs and most of them suffer from HIV, Hepatitis C and other related di...

  • Hepatitis C Drugs May Help Fight COVID-19, Suggests Study

    Hepatitis C Drugs May Help Fight COVID-19, Suggests Study

    Several drugs approved for the treatment of hepatitis C viral infection have been identified as potential candidates against COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, according to a study based on extensive calculations using supercomputer simulations.

  • Here's How You Can Detect Liver Cancer Early And Prevent It

    Here's How You Can Detect Liver Cancer Early And Prevent It

    The primary cause of the liver disease is the infection caused by hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus. Infection with this virus can affect you for years and can result in cirrhosis in your liver.

  • Organs Infected With Hepatitis C Can Now Be Transplanted

    Organs Infected With Hepatitis C Can Now Be Transplanted

    Patients can now receive an organ that has tested positive for hepatitis C, and if they become infected, they can be administered the antivirals to rid them of the disease.

  • Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    Drinking At Least Three Cups of Coffee Every Day May Keep HIV Death Risk at Bay: Study

    According to the research published in the Journal of Hepatology, drinking at least three cups of coffee and not smoking daily may half the risk of mortality in patients infected by both human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV).

  • Women: The Silent Victims Of Punjab's Drug Crisis

    Women: The Silent Victims Of Punjab's Drug Crisis

    Amritsar, Punjab: In Amritsar’s Ajnala town, close to Pakistan’s border, 23-year-old Pooja (name changed), has been coping with her husband Parambir’s drug addiction for over five years. “After every treatment session, he promises to quit. But a few days after we are back home, he is back to the habit,” she says, despair and worry written...

  • She Thought She Was Dying Of Cancer. The Real Problem Astonished Her

    She Thought She Was Dying Of Cancer. The Real Problem Astonished Her

    In an awful way, it all made perfect sense, Gail T. Wells remembers thinking as neurologist Thy Nguyen matter-of-factly explained that she was ordering tests to check for an underlying cancer.

  • Government To Roll Out National Programme On Hepatitis C By December

    Government To Roll Out National Programme On Hepatitis C By December

    New Delhi: The government would by December come out with a national programme to fight Hepatitis C, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said. The programme would be rolled out subsequently next year, he said at the 4th National Technical Consultation on Viral Hepatitis, organised on the ‘World Hepatitis Day’. A workshop on the occasion ‘Framewor...

  • Pregnant Women With Hepatitis C Have 90% Chance Of Infecting Their Newborn, Finds Study

    Pregnant Women With Hepatitis C Have 90% Chance Of Infecting Their Newborn, Finds Study

    By Rupesh Dutta/ IndiaSpend.org New Delhi: The parents of 31-year-old Naina Bharali are worried since their only daughter has been diagnosed with cirrhosis (liver cancer) — caused by the hepatitis C virus. She is four months pregnant and they fear the new born will also get infected by the blood-borne viral disease. The confused Bharali does not ...

  • World Hepatitis Day: Mylan Launches Tablets For Treatment Of Hepatitis C

    World Hepatitis Day: Mylan Launches Tablets For Treatment Of Hepatitis C

    It's estimated that over 70 million people around the world have chronic Hepatitis C infection and nearly 400,000 people die each year from Hepatitis C-related liver diseases. Ahead of World Hepatitis Day the drug has now been launched to treat it.

  • Can You Get Hepatitis C With Sexual Transmission? Know The Facts On World Hepatitis Day

    Can You Get Hepatitis C With Sexual Transmission? Know The Facts On World Hepatitis Day

    Hepatitis C is a contagious liver disease, and the most common way to get infected is if you get in touch with the blood of the infected person. It can also be transmitted by saliva, semen and other body fluids, but this is very rare. This World Hepatitis Day, lets see if sexual transmission is possible.

  • Hepatitis C Drugs In India Are Cost Effective, Shows Study

    Hepatitis C Drugs In India Are Cost Effective, Shows Study

    Boston: Hepatitis C virus drugs available in India not only increase life expectancy but also reduce lifetime health care costs by over USD 1,300 per person. Researchers found that the generic directly-acting antiviral (DAA) treatments available in India are cost effective. “More than 9 million people are infected with Hepatitis C virus (HCV) in ...

  • Bid To Speed Transplants With Hepatitis C-Infected Kidneys

    Bid To Speed Transplants With Hepatitis C-Infected Kidneys

    Some patients facing a years-long wait for a kidney transplant are jumping ahead in line thanks to a startling experiment: They're agreeing to an organ almost sure to infect them with hepatitis C.

  • Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe Needle Practices Leading Cause Of Hepatitis C: Doctors

    Unsafe injection practices such as reuse, incorrect disposal and poor sterilisation of syringes are increasingly contributing to Hepatitis-C Virus infection in India, doctors have cautioned on the eve of World Hepatitis Day.

  • Lupin, 5 Other Pharma Firms Ink Licensing Pact With Medicines Patent Pool

    Lupin, 5 Other Pharma Firms Ink Licensing Pact With Medicines Patent Pool

    Indian pharma firms Aurobindo, Emcure, Hetero Labs, Laurus Labs, Lupin and Zydus Cadila are among the seven drug makers which have signed licensing pact with UN-backed Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) for producing HIV and hepatitis C drugs.

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