Welcome to the HCV Advocate’s DDW Conference coverage.  In an effort to best serve our readership, we will post all the important and interesting abstracts about HCV from the conference.  While attending the conference, we will update any abstracts that we personally cover at the conference. The updated abstracts will be marked with the date that they have been updated and posted.  The other abstracts posted to the web site are HCV related abstracts posted to www.ddw.org that we have not been able to report on or update.  

 

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Thank You,

Alan Franciscus

Editor-in-Chief

 

 

 

 

 

Hepatitis C

 

Acute Hepatitis C - Treatment

Current Therapies-

·         Interim Analysis Of a Randomized, Controlled Study Comparing the Efficacy Of 40KD Peg-Interferon Alfa2a in Combination With 800mg or 400 Mg Ribavirin/day in Chronic Hepatitis C, Genotype 2/3

·         Treatment With Combination Peginterferon Alfa-2b And ribavirin Of Recurrent Hepatitis C in Liver Transplant recipients Nonresponsive To Interferon Alfa-2b And ribavirin

Diagnostic Tools –

 

Disease Management

 

Disease Progression–

 

Epidemiology

o       Veterans

 

Experimental Therapies–

 

Extrahepatic Manifestations–

 

Genotype–

 

HCC–

 

 

Methadone–

 

Predicting Treatment Response–

 

Quality of Life–

 

Retreatment

 

Side Effect Management

 

Special Populations–

 

 

 

Transplantation

 

Treatment–

Vaccines–

 

Viral Kinetics–

 

Weight-Based Dosing–

 

 

 

 

HIV/HCV Coinfection

 

Diagnostic Tools–

 

Disease Progression–

 

Predicting Treatment Response

 

Side Effects

 

Special Populations–

 

Treatment–

 

 

 

 

HBV/HCV Coinfection