Greg Jefferys Hepatitis C blog deals with all the issues associated with hepatitis C
Every day I get emails from people around the world asking for advice about Hepatitis C treatment. They are asking about which medicine they should get and what price they should pay and how long they should do the Hepatitis C treatment for.
Now I am not a doctor and have no formal medical training but I have lived and breathed Hepatitis C seven days a week 365 days a year since 2014 when I first learned that I was infected with Hepatitis C.
Whilst I am not a medical man I do, however, have a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Diploma in Education and a Masters Degree in History and I was 6 months into my PhD when I learned I had Hep C. So I am no dummy and I am quite capable of doing serious formal research.
So in this post I am going to show you which is the best, and most affordable, Hepatitis C treatment based on the results of solid scientific research done by many different internationally recognised research groups.
And I am going to say now that the best value all round Hep C treatment is Sofosbuvir 400 mg + Daclatasvir 60. In almost every situation, for every genotype Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir is equal to, or better than, Epclusa, Maviret or Harvoni and it is also the least expensive at US0 for a 12 weeks treatment.
In 2014 I was six months into my PhD at the University of Tasmania when I suddenly became very, very sick. To cut a long story short I discovered that I had Hepatitis C.
Back in 2014 the only treatment option I could access was Sovaldi, but it was more than $100,000 for a treatment, which I did not have. So in May 2015 I went to India and purchased generic Sovaldi and I treated myself with a combination of Sovaldi (Sofosbuvir 400 mg) + Ribavirin. Three months later I was cured.
With the availability of so many new treatments, and with the drug companies spending vast fortunes on advertising it became hard to decide which Hepatitis C treatment was actually the best.