Curant Health Reports 89.7% Real-World Hepatitis C Cure Rates in Co-Infected Patients
Curant Health President and CEO, Patrick Dunham, and Director of Clinical Services, Vickie Andros, discuss our C the Cure program hepatitis c cure rate for co-infected HIV and hepatitis C patients.
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For a cohort of hepatitis C and HIV co-infected patients, Curant Health reports that its C The Cure program produces sustained virological response (SVR12) in 89.7% of program patients at 12 weeks post treatment. SVR12 is the medical term associated with successful hepatitis C treatment outcomes. Patients with SVR12 have undetectable levels of hepatitis C viral load in their blood and are considered “cured,” no longer requiring treatment for the disease.
The referenced patient cohort included co-infected patients with hepatitis C who were both treatment naïve and treatment experienced, predominantly with genotype 1 and who most commonly followed treatment regimens that included Harvoni or Sovaldi.
This data is only the second real world data set known for this patient profile and treatment regimens.
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