Cure is possible for most patients with Hep C.1

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting the Hep C virus shattering

Identify patients who need treatment, then connect them to cure. Scientific advances have led to all-oral, fixed-dose regimens, which are shorter in duration and more effective than before.1,2,a

aCure, or sustained virologic response (SVR12), is defined as undetectable levels of HCV in the blood at 12 weeks after completion of therapy.1,3

Most recommended treatments are 12 weeks or less1

HIGH CURE RATES WITH INTERFERON-FREE OPTIONS2

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting cure rates of 40 to 50 percent before 2011 in genotype 1 patients and approximately 95 percent now

bFor the most common genotype (genotype 1) in the United States.

Cure (SVR) has been shown to be durable.

>99%

>99% OF PATIENTS WHO REACHED SVR HAD UNDETECTABLE LEVELS OF HEP C RNA UP TO 5 YEARS OR MORE AFTER CESSATION OF TREATMENT.1,c

cStudies utilized interferon-based therapies and SVR24, the standard protocol before 2013 for measuring attainment of SVR.5

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting the Hep C virus shattering