Hepatitis C Prevention

Despite all the medical advancements, there still is no vaccine for Hepatitis C. There are, however, steps that one can take to prevent transmission or to protect oneself and others from being infected.

  • Stop usage of drug usage via injections so that the primary method of transmission can be curtailed. If you still continue to inject yourself, use sterile and new unused syringes every single time.
  • Do not share non-injecting drug equipments like straws, pipes etc.
    Do not share personal care items like razors and toothbrushes of a person who has the infection.
  • If you wish to get a tattoo or do body piercing, ensure that you do it from a reputable person who maintains the highest standards of hygiene and safety.
  • Practise safe sex and insist on the usage of a condom always.
  • If you have the infection and have a cut or a wound, please ensure to keep it covered all the time so that infection does not spread.

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Surcation® is already helping patients whose insurance doesn’t cover the cost of Harvoni® with medical tourism. If you chose the similar treatment in the US, it costs between $84,000 and $95,000 just for the medication. If you are approved by your insurance, you still have today’s high deductibles and co-pays. You pay just $6800 when you chose hepatitis medical tourism with Surcation®. You can bring your spouse along for a total price is $6,400. Our clients are offered the best treatment available provided by world renowned doctors at a fraction of the cost. Surcation® offers medical financing if needed.


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