Evolving HCV Management in Harder-to-Treat Populations

A CME-certified text module reviews evolving management of patients with cirrhosis, reduced renal function, genotype 3 HCV infection, and HCV/HIV coinfection, and provides the basis for an ongoing case-based dinner meeting series being presented in several US cities.
Ira M. Jacobson, MD
Nancy Reau, MD
Mark S. Sulkowski, MD

ClinicalThought

A recent patient discussion highlighted important questions about how to approach HCV infection in renal disease.

Nancy Reau, MD Released: August 25, 2015

Despite the variety of highly effective, highly tolerable regimens available for treating HCV, strategies for patients with decompensated liver disease remain challenging.

Ira M. Jacobson, MD Released: December 24, 2015

In my practice, it is the patient with cirrhosis and genotype 3 HCV infection who causes me to pause and carefully consider the patient’s treatment options.

Mark S. Sulkowski, MD Released: February 25, 2016

CME-Certified Module

Downloadable Slideset

In this downloadable slideset, Mark S. Sulkowski, MD; Ira M. Jacobson, MD; and Nancy Reau, MD, FAASLD, AGAF, present evolving clinical data on the management of HCV infection in harder-to-treat patient populations, including patients with compensated or decompensated cirrhosis, renal impairment, genotype 3 HCV infection, and HIV coinfection.

Released: January 15, 2016
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