Hepatitis C virus: Here comes all-oral treatment

  • Dugum M
  • O'Shea R
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Treatment for chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is evolving rapidly. The approval in 2013 of two new direct-acting antivirals-sofosbuvir (a polymerase inhibitor) and simeprevir (a second-generation protease inhibitor)-opens the door for an all-oral regimen, potentially avoiding interferon and its harsh side effects. Other direct-acting antivirals are under development.

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