The chances for getting liver cancer are higher for someone who has had hep c than for someone who has never had Hep C. But the chances are much lower for a person who has had Hep C and got rid of it than for someone who still has Hep C… the longer a person has had Hep C the higher the chances of liver cancer.
Another way of looking at it is the higher the liver fibrosis levels the higher the chances of HCC.
Because fibrosis levels usually drop once the HCV is removed the chances of getting HCC also drop
Greg Jefferys’ blog is provided for informational purposes and is not intended as Medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Whilst Greg Jefferys is doing a PhD it is not in medicine. Any advice offered is offered in good faith and based on an extensive general knowledge of Hepatitis C and access to generic Hepatitis medicines Greg Jefferys has acquired through his work as an advocate and activist
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