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

An ongoing threat to patient health.

Hep C is a progressive disease, with severe impacts—including liver complications and reduced life expectancy. In the US, the rate of new Hep C infections is rapidly increasing.5-10

NEW HEP C INFECTIONS ARE ON THE RISE

THE INCIDENCE OF NEW HEP C INFECTIONS IN US CLIMBED BY349%BETWEEN 2010 AND 2016.10

HCV Can Be Cured bar chart showing the projections of Hep C infections in the US climbing by 349 percent from 11,800 in 2010 to 41,200 in 2016, with 16,500 in 2011, 24,700 in 2012, 29,700 in 2013, 30,500 in 2014, and 33,900 in 2015aEstimated new cases based on CDC projections.10-13