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

Hep C is underdiagnosed and undertreated.

Many people have been infected with Hep C for decades, yet remain undiagnosed.5

In 2018, approximately 2.7 million Americans were infected with chronic Hep C. ~650,000 were aware of their diagnosis, and only ~125,000 had been cured in that year.1,2,a,b

HCV Can Be Cured chart showing approximately 2.7 million Americans were infected with chronic Hep C in 2018, but only approximately 650,000 were aware of their diagnosis, only approximately 132,000 were treated, and only approximately 125,000 had been cured in that year

aAll estimates are approximate.

bValues based on a validated mathematical model which simulated HCV-infected individuals in the United States from 2011 onwards.