HCV Can Be Cured illustration of the hepatitis C virusHow many of your patients are infected with Hep C—and don’t know?
In 2018, ~2.7 million Americans were living with chronic HCV infection. ~650,000 were aware of their diagnosis and only ~125,000 were cured in that year.1,2

Cure, or sustained virologic response (SVR12), is defined as undetectable levels of HCV in the blood at 12 weeks after completion of therapy.3,4

Patients at high risk for Hep C.

Who is most at risk? Baby boomers (born 1945–1965) and people who inject drugs (PWID) are high-risk populations and account for the majority of Hep C infections.1,5

~57%OF PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC HEP C ARE IN 2018 WERE BABY BOOMERS (BORN 1945-1965)1

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting 57 percent of people with chronic Hep C are baby boomers
HCV Can Be Cured illustration of the hepatitis C virus

~80%OF NEW HEP C INFECTIONS IN 2014 WERE IN PWID5

IN ADDITION, OF PEOPLE WITH HIV IN THE UNITED STATES,~25%ARE COINFECTED WITH HCV6

HCV Can Be Cured illustration depicting approximately 25 percent of people with HIV in the US are coinfected with HCV

PWID = people who inject drugs