The hepatitis C virus was discovered in 1989 – research that’s now earned a Nobel Prize.
Hepatitis C rates have surged in the U.S. as drug use and opioid abuse have risen. A Michigan Medicine hepatologist reflects on the troubling trend.
The opioid epidemic has created a tragic surge in donor organs. But despite their safety record, the organs that could save lives go unused.
When it comes to the hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, the treatment landscape has shifted in the past few years. But patients need new models of detection to benefit from better treatments.