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The past three years have seen a fourfold increase in hepatitis C and a slight uptick in HIV related to injection drug use.
That was partly due to a decline in the cost of drugs used to treat hepatitis C and also because fewer new drugs were introduced in 2016, according to the report.
About 18 percent of transplants were for acute liver failure; other important causes were hepatitis C and B as well as liver cancers.
Japanese doctors have used it for the last couple decades to treat some chronic hepatitis C patients, for one thing.
Crosby's offstage history includes liver failure because of hepatitis C and being incarcerated because of cocaine and guns charges.
Although there is little evidence supporting its effectiveness, licorice root is used to treat chronic hepatitis C, skin rashes and digestive problems.
The cost of the medication alone to treat hepatitis C is more than $55,000, and a lifetime of care for HIV is more than $350,000.
That drug was pulled from the market in July at the Food and Drug Administration's request following a 2015 outbreak of HIV and hepatitis C in southern Indiana linked to sharing needles to inject the pills.
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