The Hep C Connection
Rating: 4.5 stars 8 8 reviews
1325 S Colorado Blvd Suite B-302 Denver CO 80222 USA
The mission of Hep C Connection is to educate the general public about hepatitis C and to provide resources and support for those affected by the virus.
Geographic areas served:
Our HelpLine serves callers from around the nation, while the rest of our programs primarily impact the state of Colorado.
PREVENTION, EDUCATION and AWARENESS PROGRAMS - HCV Awareness and Prevention (though educational programs in jails, re-entry facilities, homeless shelters and upon request) - HIV/HCV Co-Infection Program - Anti-Body Testing (for HCV and HIV) - Physician-led Educational Presentations for Physicians - Speakers' Bureau LINKAGE TO CARE SUPPORT NETWORK PROGRAMS - Hepatitis HelpLine 1-800-522-4372 - Support Groups - Monthly Connections E-newsletter - Our Website (www.hepc-connection.org) - Educational Materials - Physician-led Educational Presentations for Patients
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I was infected with HEP C during surgery a year before I started treatment. I just finished last week and hope to have a positive result in July for final labs.I have had great support from Nancy at HepC connection with questions. I do not recommend going on line to chat lines. Every case is different. The night before I started I was preparing to be in bed for months-loosing ALL my hair (it did thin just a bit) but I do recommend the Book Living with Hepatitis C by Dr Gregory Everson. Use your phone to make sure you have an alarm to take you meds at the same time everyday--that was a huge help.I wish everyone well-I also juiced with apple-celery-banana-a slice of ginger- parsley or anything green. I will continue this forever--it is so healthy.Keep a positive attitude--you are the one who needs to take care of yourself--there is a lesson there!
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