2.4 Million Americans are living with the Hepatitis C virus

Hepatitis C is our nation's deadliest infectious disease, yet many state Medicaid programs have discriminatory restrictions that keep Americans from being cured and stop us from ending the epidemic.

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NVHR and CHLPI Release New Analysis Showing State Policies Limit Progress Towards Hepatitis C Elimination in the U.S.

New research from NVHR and CHLPI demonstrates that states with sobriety restrictions or state policies that restrict harm reduction services are limiting hepatitis C elimination efforts in the U.S. Washington,...
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Harvard Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation Calls on Department of Justice to Enforce the Americans with Disabilities Act and Stop Health Insurers from Illegally Restricting Access to Critical Care

New research finds that hepatitis C treatment restrictions based on alcohol or drug use violate the Americans with Disabilities Act and undermine efforts to end the hepatitis C epidemic. The...
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Hepatitis C: The State of Medicaid Access

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