Our top 2016 hepatitis C treatment posts as clicked by you are as follows:
- Treatments in the Final Steps of the Canadian Drug Approval Pipeline
- Recently Published Hep C Studies, Articles, and Press Releases
- Epclusa is under review. Send a message to BC PharmaCare.
- The Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project’s New Address
- Patient Group Input sent for Sofosbuvir / Velpatasvir
The Top 5 Facebook Posts that Received the Most Reactions/Clicks in 2016
- Why Hepatitis C Is Often Called ‘The Silent Killer’ (02/01/2016)
- “Fairy tales are more than true-not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten.” -Neil Gaiman (04/02/2016)
- Research presented at the Canadian Symposium on Hepatitis C (09/03/2016)
- For an overview of hep C symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and how it is managed, attend a free public talk with Dr. Edward Tam (18/04/2016)
- The Living Meeting 2016 Hep C Abstract Highlights (Part I) (23/10/2016)
The Subjects of the Top 5 Tweets Posted in 2016
- See what #hepC treatments are coming. NEW #hepatitisC approval pipeline diagrams are up pic.twitter.com/Q2IleKMGzL (08/01/2016)
- The great #hepatitisC infographic that was sent to 24K Primary Care Physicians in #Canada yesterday by @CdnLiverFdtn pic.twitter.com/CT820YoopK (16/06/2016)
- Join us in calling for a strategy to eliminate #hepatitisC in #Canada. Sign the petition! petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/De… pic.twitter.com/SHz8bqga62 (26/07/2016)
- Epclusa, the first #hepatitisC treatment for all virus types, is approved in Canada! hepctip.ca/drug-pipeline-… pic.twitter.com/PJ4o9ZZLxh
- Hepatitis C Genotypes: The Basics – http://www.hepctip.ca/advocacy/hcv-genotypes-basics/ (04/10/2016)
The Top Email Subjects Received by the Hepatitis C Treatment Information Project in 2016
- I am thinking about starting treatment and am wondering if you can answer the following questions?
- I am thinking about starting treatment and am wondering about BC PharmaCare’s liver fibrosis stage F2 or greater treatment eligibility cut off.
May 2017 be a year just as full of exciting hep C headlines and developments as 2016 was. Happy New Year from all of us at the Pacific Hepatitis C Network!