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  • Who Are We And Where Do We Come From?
    Here is some interesting data from the Google Analytics about the FixHepC visitor demographics. It's kind of spooky that Google knows your age and sex, but here's their analysis. One of the interesting things is that with 1% of the population infected if you consider the impact of spouses and voting age children an organised Hep C "faction" could easily swing 4% of the votes. With an election required by 14th Jan 2017, and therefore likely late next year... Here is where we all come from - over 100 different countries and counting
    Saturday, 17 October 2015, 1 comment
  • ASHM Position Statement On HCV Generics
    ASHM Position Statement On HCV Generics NSW Health and ASHM (Australian Society of HIV/HBV/HCV Medicine) have joined forces to issue a position statement titled Importation of Generic HCV Drugs. You can follow the link or read the text below: 08 October 2015 Advice for HCV Clinicians This communique is for clinicians experienced in the management and treatment of Hepatitis C using Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs), who may be consulted by their patients who are considering importation of generic DAAs. It assumes an understanding of HCV management and new treatments. Overview of the current status of DAAs in Australia: All PBS subsidised treatment for hepatitis C in…
    Friday, 16 October 2015,
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  • Lismore Liver Clinic Now Able To See Patients
    Lismore Liver Clinic Now Able To See Patients We are happy to announce that Lismore Liver Clinic is now able to accept referrals for assessment and monitoring of patients accessing generic medications for the treatment of hep C. The clinic accepts patients living in the NNSWLHD area which basically means south of the QLD border as far as Grafton and inland as far as Tenterfield. The referral details are: Lismore Liver ClinicLevel 1, 29 Molesworth StreetLismore NSW 2480 Fax 02 6629 4633 
    Friday, 16 October 2015, Be the first to comment!
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