HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting progression of liver damage from Hep C occurring over time, from stage F0/F1 (no or mild fibrosis) to stage F4 (cirrhosis)Hep C: A progressive disease that may not have symptoms.
The longer patients go without treatment, the greater the direct impacts on their liver.1-3

Cure, or sustained virologic response (SVR12), is defined as undetectable levels of HCV in the blood at 12 weeks after completion of therapy.4,5

Hep C patients: at risk for other diseases and conditions.

Hep C is a systemic disease that can affect more than just the liver.6

Most Hep C patients experience at least one extrahepatic manifestation. The most frequently reported extrahepatic manifestations include6,7:

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting other areas of the body that are impacted by Hep C
  1. Chronic fatigue syndrome or fatigue
  2. Gastroesophageal reflux disease
  3. Cardiovascular disease
  4. Type 2 diabetes
  5. Depression
  6. Mixed cryoglobulinemia vasculitis

Hepatic (relating to the liver) and extrahepatic manifestations significantly increase the risk of death among patients infected with Hep C.7

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting other areas of the body that are impacted by Hep C
74%

Up to 74% of HEP C PATIENTS have at least one clinical extrahepatic manifestation6