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Canadians born between 1945 and 1975 — essentially the baby-boom generation — should be tested for the potentially liver-destroying virus hepatitis C, a new set of guidelines recommends. Visit Global News for more information.
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Liver specialists are now urging a blood test for all Canadians born between 1945 and 1975 to screen for the hepatitis C virus.  To learn more, visit www.ctvnews.ca.
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Over 250,000 Canadians believed to be infected but many unaware they have blood-borne virus. Find out more by visiting www.cbc.ca.
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The Ontario government has announced it will now fund treatment for all patients with the disease. Prior to the changes made last week to the Ontario Drug Benefit program, only patients in the late stages of the disease could be approved. To read the full article and learn more about new changes regarding the availability...
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As of February 28, 2018, all eligible ODB recipients will have greater access to treatment, regardless of the severity of disease (fibrosis level), to achieve a cure and improve their quality of life. Patients with chronic hepatitis C will no longer have to wait for their disease to progress before starting treatment. ODB has expanded...
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Introducing our NEW Mobile App
  The Liver Care Canada app makes it easy to record your symptoms, lab reports, moods, medications, and more, as you take control of your liver condition. Choose what you want to track to build your own personal health summary “My Storylines”. Learn more about your health, and share more – safely and securely –...
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Thunder Bay Grand Opening
This news article originally appeared on tbnewswatch.com.   THUNDER BAY – It’s World Hepatitis Day and to kick it off, a new clinic in Thunder Bay is celebrating its grand opening. Liver Care Northwest opened its doors at the Health Services Building on Oliver Road in May 2016. The clinic follows the lead of parent...
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Cost of a Transplant
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Neil Rau talks about the cost of treating a hepatitis C patient with drugs rather than a liver transplant. To read the full article, visit www.ctvnews.ca.
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