Living with Hepatitis C: A Survivor's Guide

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Hatherleigh Press, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 291 pages
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Includes a new chapter on long-acting pegylated interferons -- the cuting-edge discovery that is sure to be the next generation of treatment.

Since its original publication in 1998, Living with Hepatitis C: A Survivor's Guide has become the resource for hundreds of thousands of American afflicted with the deadly virus -- and for their husbands, wives, families and friends. Unlike other books on the topic, Living with Hepatitis C is written by a nationally recognized hepatitis C expert and his patient. So readers everywhere receive the advice and expertise on one of the country's top hepatologists while gaining invaluable insight and guidance from a patient who has been through it all.

This newly revised third edition reviews the results of the latest clinical trials of long-acting, pegylated interferons in a new chapter. It updates all of the organizations, resources, and information that has changed since the last edition. It offers special chapters on research trends, liver transplants (including living-donor transplants), children, co-infection with HIV/AIDS or hepatitis B, as well as chapters devoted to the nutritional, emotional, and financial challenges that accompany infection with hepatitis C.

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This comprehensive guide to hepatitis C (there are types A through G) informs us that almost four million Americans (including country singer Naomi Judd) carry this little-known disease, that its ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Gregory T. Everson, M.D., one of the country's leading hepatologists, is a recognized expert on the treatment & cure of hepatitis. He is director of hepatology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Hedy Weinberg is an award-winning writer & essayist. Diagnosed with hepatitis in 1993, she brings to the reader personal understanding of how patients feel & what they want & need to know.

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