Hepatitis C Information and Resources
Fund Status and Eligibility
Open - We are accepting applications for new and renewal patients. If your application for assistance is approved you can begin receiving funding immediately.
Maximum Award Level: $3,000 Per Year
- Patient should be insured and insurance must cover the medication for which patient seeks assistance.
- Patient must have a confirmed diagnosis of Hepatitis C.
- Patient must reside and receive treatment in the United States.
- Patient's income must fall below 500% of the Federal Poverty Guideline (FPG) with consideration of the Cost of Living Index (COLI) and the number in the household.
Get Help With Your Treatment: How to Apply Online
Information About the Disease
Hepatitis C is an infectious disease of the liver. Worldwide, health experts estimate that 180 million people have chronic hepatitis C, with more than 4 million of those cases in the United States.
Hepatitis C, like all forms of hepatitis, can damage the liver. Of people infected, 55 to 85 percent will develop chronic infection, and 75 percent of those with chronic infection will develop chronic liver disease.
Hepatitis C Resources
Hep C - Mayo Clinic.com
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