Response-guided therapy for HCV.

@article{Kwo2011ResponseguidedTF,
  title={Response-guided therapy for HCV.},
  author={Paul Y. Kwo},
  journal={Gastroenterology & hepatology},
  year={2011},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={43-5}
}
  • Paul Y. Kwo
  • Published 2011 in Gastroenterology & hepatology
PK Response-guided therapy is a paradigm for treating chronic hepatitis C infection in which treatment decisions are based on how rapidly hepatitis C virus (HCV) responds to treatment. With response-guided therapy, patients who rapidly clear virus from their bloodstream are eligible to receive a shorter duration of therapy, while slower responders receive standard or extended durations of therapy. Use of response-guided therapy is already well reported in easier-to-treat genotypes of HCV… CONTINUE READING

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