HELLO! IMPORTANT HEP C TREATMENT NOTICE
Restrictive criteria requiring F2 or higher fibrosis staging (score) are STILL in place.
Restrictions for accessing hep C treatment will be lifted in 2018. Please call Help4Hep BC (toll-free and confidential at 1 888 411 7578) with your questions about hep C treatment and all your hep C questions!
The Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project – or Hep C TIP – is your web-based hepatitis C treatment information toolkit for entering into that world and building your understanding about hep C treatment. This resource contains information and resources about hepatitis C treatment, including:
- Information about currently approved treatments in BC
- Information about new and emerging drugs and drug combinations for treating hep C
- Information about the drug approval process in Canada and BC
- Resources to help in getting ready for treatment, including stories from people who have been treated
Information on this site, including the Drug Pipeline Diagram, is updated whenever something changes, such as when a drug gets federal approval, new drugs enter the pipeline, when we find or create new resources, and other hepatitis C treatment news.
Hep C Tip News Blog
Please send us any questions, comments or feedback you have that will help make the technical and complex information about hepatitis treatments as accessible as possible.
If you have questions or feedback, or just want to connect, please do so by emailing email@example.com! Someone will be back to you within 24 hours on business days.
TIP Advisory Committee
The Hep C TIP was developed and remains informed by people knowledgeable about new hep C treatments – people living with hep C, health care providers, educators and researchers.
Click on the different drug names listed in the below infographic for more information about them or start your hep C treatment exploration with our Hep C Treatment page.
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The information on this website is meant as a resource only and is not intended to replace qualified medical attention. Please seek advise and guidance from your health practitioners when considering your hep C treatment options.