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October/November 2012
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Hepatitis C Treatment Resources Now Available Online

A collection of clinical and educational resources for ID physicians interested in treating patients infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) is now available on the IDSA website. (Note: You must be logged in to access some of these materials.)

Clinical Guidance

  • Treatment guidelines from the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease and the Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Reference materials for proper administration of drug therapies and potential drug resistance mutations
  • Triple therapy workbooks

Educational Resources

  • Standardized nomenclature and definitions for viral responses
  • Reports concerning hepatitis action plans, statistics, and surveillance
  • Links to continuing medical education (CME) providers

A new Hepatitis C Management Discussion Board is also available. Join today and become a part of the community of hepatitis C treatment professionals. You can engage experts in the treatment of HCV and exchange information with your peers about hepatitis C treatment, management, and complications.

Access IDSA’s hepatitis C resources at
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