For Incarcerated Hepatitis C Patients, Adequate Treatment Is Hard to Come By
Ninety-seven percent of prisoners with the disease are unable to access proper medical care in correctional facilities across the country.
Amid a Resurgence of Hepatitis C in America, State Laws Prevent Citizens From Getting Clean Needles and Treatment
Hepatitis C kills more Americans every year than measles or AIDS. Many states' laws aren't helping to mitigate the disease, a new analysis finds.
We Can Finally Cure Hepatitis C, but It's Costing Taxpayers a Fortune
The cost of drugs for the liver disease in the first half of 2015 almost matches the total for all of 2014.
What Will It Take for Conservative States to Allow Needle Exchanges?
Indiana has temporarily lifted a ban on needle exchanges to help combat an HIV outbreak. Why leave the ban intact at all?