AcariaHealth Hepatitis C
Meets: Various Times Online (Listed below)
Be a part of these one of a kind group discussions regarding
Hepatitis C therapies!
First Timers (for treatment naïve patients)
First Thursday of each month at 9pm EST
Give it Another Go (for treatment experienced patients)
Second Thursday of each month at 12pm EST
One Day at a Time (for patients on active treatment)
Third Thursday of each month at 12pm EST
What Can I Do About…? (for patients seeking help with side
Fourth Thursday* of each month at 9pm EST
*Nov. and Dec. sessions will be held on the third Thursday due to the Holidays
Contact Barbara Morgan, RN for more information.
Phone: (800) 511-5144 Ext. 1033
“Just because you got the monkey off your back, doesn’t mean the circus has left town.”
This group is for anyone who is POST Treatment for Hepatitis C no matter which drug they took. Some of us have just completed treatment, some are SVR12 (cured), some have relapsed. We are here to get healthy regardless and hopefully save our livers! In the process we will stay in touch to monitor our health and get through whatever issues we have Post Treatment. May we all live happy, healthy lives going forward! We will allow links to information and research and ask that you be careful about your research and article shares and that they be from a reliable source, and also pay attention to the date of the research. IF IT IS PRIOR TO 9/2014, it is possibly out of date information.
HBV Adoption is a group that serves as a source of information and support for Parents of children with the hepatitis B virus. For the benefit of our children’s privacy, all members must be approved for membership. To join, go to https://groups.yahoo.com/hbv-adoption and click the “Join Group” button. Let me know why you are interested and you are on your way to support with over 1150 other parents.
Contact: Bambi Winkler
Parents of Children
Mayo Clinic Connect is an online community where you can share your experiences and find support from people like you. You can also read expert blogs and take part in educational events. Join the transplant discussion group where you can meet people living with a transplant, waiting for a transplant or serving as caregivers.
Visit the ALF Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) support group on Facebook.
The Primary Billiary Cirrhosis Organization aka PBCers is a wonderful source of support and education for primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) patients, family members, friends and other autoimmune liver disease patients. Formed in 1996, the PBCers is the largest online PBC support group with almost 3,000 members worldwide.
As a group, we discuss medical information, pain management, medications, research, ask questions, transplantation, vent our anger & fears, speak freely on the ups and downs of daily living, share our personal experiences and build lasting friendships.
Contact Linie Moore, President for more information.
Visit the ALF Primary Biliary Cholangitis support group on Facebook.
Questions about liver disease? Need support, information or resources? Call the ALF help line at 1-800-465-4837, 9am – 5pm ET, Monday – Friday.
Take advantage of the Live Chat feature found on every page of this website and “chat” with one of our help center specialists now. The Live Chat window can be found in the lower left of your web browser for this website.
Clinical trials are research studies that test how well new medical approaches work in people. Before an experimental treatment can be tested on human subjects in a clinical trial, it must have shown benefit in laboratory testing or animal research studies. The most promising treatments are then moved into clinical trials, with the goal of identifying new ways to safely and effectively prevent, screen for, diagnose, or treat a disease.
Speak with your doctor about the ongoing progress and results of these trials to get the most up-to-date information on new treatments. Participating in a clinical trial is a great way to contribute to curing, preventing and treating liver disease and its complications.
Start your search here to find clinical trials that need people like you.
Click the map (or links) below to see a list of available resources in your state (or district).
Last Updated on April 21, 2021
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