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Hepatitis C: A 360° View of Treatment

Leaders in the management of hepatitis C share their expert advice on how to treat this highly common bloodborne infection. They offer perspectives from several different roles to provide you with a 360° view of a hepatitis C patient’s treatment plan. Hear their insights into the future role that various healthcare providers will play in the treatment and management of this disease.

Edwin DeJesus, MD
Medical Director, Orlando Immunology Center
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Edwin DeJesus, MD
Medical Director, Orlando Immunology Center
Trevor Hawkins, MD
Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Practice, University of New Mexico, Medical Director and Principal Physician, Southwest C.A.R.E. Center, Santa Fe, NM
Donald P. Kotler, MD
Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt
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"Great presentation! Any information on the newer agents use and efficacy (harvoni, etc?) I assumed the care of a patient who was treated with Harvoni who now has  collagen-vascular antibodies positive & is seeing a rheumatologist. How common is this?"
laura anders, MD
"I think until we get to a pangenotypic agent that has few drug interactions, that is not altered by diminished renal function, and is not associated with the need to evaluate for viral variants that few primary care physicians will choose to undertake prescribing therapy. Additionally, PCPs seem uncomfortable assessing the degree of liver fibrosis."
Richard Mayhew, MD
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