If you’re a parent, or about to be one, with hep C, you might be wondering if your children are at risk. Learn about transmission rates, diagnosis, and treatment.
It is recommended that everyone over age 18 get tested for hep C at least once and that those who have risk factors get tested even more. Find out what testing options are best for you.
Hep C can be a scary diagnosis at first. Learn about how meditation, limiting alcohol consumption, coffee, exercise, and relaxing baths can help.
Treatment for hepatitis C can be expensive. Learn more about what your options are if you are uninsured or underinsured.
People with hepatitis C without symptoms might still need treatment. Learn more about the risks of untreated hepatitis C.
Whether you’re new to tattoos or a seasoned pro, understand the connection between tattoos and hepatitis C.
My hep C diagnosis first came as a relief, but I was quickly flooded by feelings of shame and fear.
Swapping spit won’t transmit hep C to you, but there’s a chance you could contract it from sex. Here’s what we know about hep C transmission.
New medications can cure hepatitis C in more than 95 percent of people — but they come with a hefty price tag.
Hep C is a very treatable disease that can lead to serious problems if left untreated. Barriers to care and stigma prevent people from getting treatment. Let’s learn why.
Think hep C only affects some people? Think again. Here are seven myths about hep C that every millennial needs to know.