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Thanks for the great info Tig!

Information like this can make a world of difference to those who can't get Tx via health care provider as well as those who would like the option of taking the newer DAA's.

 

Thanks for all you do,

Dave



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I found another trial notification site and wanted to share the link. It lists over a thousand trials, past and present, that pertain to chronic Hep C. The main page offers info on all things trial related. Might be helpful for those searching for information. Looks like it notifies, but requires you to search the NCT number on the .gov clinical trials site for results. Copy the NCT number and Google it, or copy and paste the entire URL for a direct link. Some older studies may no longer have published results, but there is still interesting data for those seeking it.

Trial Bulletin



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