Hepatitis C Treatment

Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is curable. Majority of the patients who took the clinical trials for the latest medicines were cured. Compared to the earlier days, treatment is shorter and easier too.

The virus becomes undetectable in the blood within 4 – 12 weeks of treatment and will continue to do so throughout the treatment. People can be thought of as completely cured if the virus remains undetected in their blood even after 12 – 24 weeks of completing therapy. This stage is called as SVR or Sustained Virological Response. The chances of a recurrence after 24 weeks are negligible.

The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases recommends that patients with chronic infection be treated, except those with short life expectancies that cannot be remediated via a transplant or other directed therapy. Such patients should be managed with expert consultation.


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Earlier, there was a difference in the treatment methods of acute and chronic patients. But with new medications being available, this has changed. There are guidelines that suggest a waiting time of six months to see if the body can clear the HCV by itself and this is called spontaneous clearance. If this does not occur, then the infection is treated as chronic.
Irrespective of whether you have been treated prior or not, the doctor will prescribe medicines and the duration of the treatment based on your lab results and history. It would be based on factors like the HCV genotype, your viral load, past treatment experience (if any), if you have cirrhosis, if you are a liver transplant recipient etc.
Some of the treatment options available are Copegus, Moderiba and Ribasphere, Daklinza, Epclusa,Harvoni, Olysio, Pegasys, Pegintron, Sovaldi, Technivie, Viekira Pak, Zepatier.


HOW MUCH IT COSTS TO CURE HEPATITIS C?

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 $5200 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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