What is hepatitis B & hepatitis C? Both Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C are diseases that harm the liver. It is caused by a virus and can cause either an acute or chronic infection. The liver becomes damaged and does not work well. The virus is spread from person to person through contact with blood. Two of the ways this may happen are having unprotected sex or sharing needles. Also, children born to a mother with hepatitis B or C may get the disease.
Medication regimens for Hepatitis can be highly complex. Our skilled pharmacists are available daily for any concerns and questions that arise during your course of treatment. Through our patient management program, we check up on our patients at least once a month to monitor side effects and patient compliance. Our pharmacists are being updated on the newest drug regimens, in order to offer the best advice and education to our patients and their healthcare providers.
We strive for positive outcomes, and will support you and your caregiver every step of the way. Drug information resource obtained from: Lexicomp.com Hepatitis C (Patient Education - Disease and Procedure)
This information is not specific medical advice and does not replace information you receive from your health care provider.
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