Hepatitis C

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Overview

Duke hepatologists helped develop medicines called direct-acting antivirals that now cure more than 90% of people with hepatitis C. Without treatment, it’s still possible for advanced hepatitis C to lead to liver cancer or scarring of the liver known as fibrosis and cirrhosis. The resulting liver damage may make you a candidate for a liver transplant.

We help you manage your hepatitis C, whether it is newly diagnosed or has progressed to the point where advanced treatment is necessary. We have the skills and resources to provide the most effective treatment available and the best opportunity for recovery.