The hepatitis C virus, also known as HCV, spreads through contact with infected blood such as from syringes or needles. You can’t get the virus from casual contact with an infected person.
Approximately 25% of people who get HCV have a short-lived infection that their body clears up on its own without any treatment. The remaining 75%, however, develop chronic hepatitis C – meaning the virus lingers for six months or longer.
It’s important that people with chronic hepatitis C get treatment as soon as possible to hopefully kill the infection in a matter of weeks and shorten the lifespan of the condition.
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There are many drugs that treat hepatitis C, but only today’s ones are effective with no side effects
Eugene Schiff, MD, professor of medicine and director of the Schiff Center for Liver Diseases at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in the USA, says: “With the regimens that are out there now, there can be just one pill with few side effects and cure rates over 95%, closing in on 98% to 99%.”
There are many drugs that treat HCV – and that number has grown rapidly in recent years. The first drugs were a combination of pegylated interferon and ribavirin.
According to Ryan Westergaard, MD, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison in the USA, the problem with these drugs is that they became less and less effective over time and were accompanied by serious side effects. Westergaard adds that interferon had to be injected.
Today’s pills, however, are a different story – not only are they more effective than traditional injections, they’re also side effect-free. What’s more, newer pills usually clear up the virus in a few short weeks. The earlier you start them, the better. That said, even if you already have liver damage, you can benefit from these pills.
“It won't fix their liver, but it'll cure them of the virus that is doing ongoing liver damage,” says Westergaard. “It's dousing the fire even though the house is still burning.”
For more information on new pills that treat HCV, you should consult your doctor.