Nanobots Cure Hepatitus C!

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    Engineered Nanobots Demonstrated to Eliminate Hepatitis C Virus

    Cool stuff!

    Hepatitus C survivors have it rough.
     
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    Thank you, Mr. Science.
     
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    Hepatitis C drugs effective but costly...

    Effectiveness of Hepatitis C Drugs Praised; Cost a Concern
    April 10, 2014 ~ Doctors who treat hepatitis C are hailing the development of drugs that can effectively eradicate the infection, which is a leading cause of cirrhosis and liver cancer worldwide. At the same time, their focus now has turned to reducing the high cost of treatment so that it’s accessible to developing countries, where 80 percent of people are infected.
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    WHO Issues Guidelines for Hepatitis C Treatment
    April 09, 2014 — The World Health Organization is issuing its first-ever global guidelines on treating hepatitis C, a liver disease that kills between 350,000 and 500,000 people every year. WHO said the guidelines will reduce deaths from hepatitis C by helping countries improve treatment and care.
     

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