Buy Harvoni

I no longer have hep c here is
how I overcame it

Clinical studies show great results: within just 12 weeks therapy 96-99%
of genotype 1 patients were cured. *

*In case of genotype 1 Hep C and no prior Hep C treatment of 865 patients having or without cirrhosis (compensated), treatment results show 99% (210 out of 213) taking HARVONI (1 pill a day for 12 weeks). In case of GT1 Hep C, 648 patients (without prior Hep C treatment and with no cirrhosis) participated in a special study that resulted in 96% (208 out of 216) successfully treated people after taking only 1 pill of HARVONI once a day during 12 weeks.

The above described studies do not refer to decompensated (advanced) cirrhosis patients or those with liver transplant. Decompensated cirrhosis means that the patient’s liver is not longer functioning in a healthy and effective way because it’s heavily scarred.

The term ‘cured’ and related terms mean that the blood tests taken in 3 months after the treatment course has been completed do not show the presence of Hep C virus.

HARVONI is a highly effective drug that you can use in treatment of adults with lasting hepatitis C (Hep C) genotype (GT) 1,4,5 or 6, with or without compensated cirrhosis. The best way to cure the patients with GT 1 decompensated cirrhosis and/or GT 1 or 4 with/without compensated cirrhosis and who do have liver transplant is to use HARVONI in combination with Ribavirin.

Safety Instructions

HARVONI and the things
I should know about it.

Please pay attention to possible HARVONI heavy side effects:

First, before taking HARVONI, ask your physician to take blood tests to verify if you have Hepatit B, because taking HARVONI can reactivate Hepatit B virus in patients who had/have it before. Hepatit B can be activated during or even after HARVONI course treatment, which can lead to aggravation of liver status and possible lethal outcome. Being in the risk group, it’s strongly advisable to be monitored by your physician in the process of taking HARVONI and after the treatment had been completed.

Continued below

Due to it’s effectiveness HARVONI is being prescribed to a bigger number of patients and wins over other prescribed drugs.*

HARVONI has increased trust and ease in Hep C treatment due to the regimen of taking 1 pill only once a day. The length of treatment is 12 weeks.

*Based on retail pharmacy prescription data (IMS New to Brand™) for US patients starting Hep C treatment with advanced treatment regimens (including direct-acting antiviral medicines) from 05/2011–09/2016.

Learn about Harvoni clinical study cure rates

Please check the charts for another treatment options if you do not have hepatitis C GT 1, 4, 5, or 6 here

Most popular questions / answers

Hepatitis C is a viral liver infection that is being spread through contacting with the blood of infected individual.
It can be chronic or acute.
Hep C: Acute type can occur within 6 months after the individual had contact with Hep C virus. It is described a short-term sickness.
It is common that individuals develop chronic Hep C in case they become Hep C infected.
Hep C: Chronic type can occur if Hep C virus remains in individual’s body. It is described a long-term sickness.
At times Hep C infection may last for the entire life and thus leads to severe health aggravations, such as cirrhosis, cancer and other liver problems.

Out of every 100 individuals that have Hep C the following was discovered:
— Chronic Hep C infection develops in 75–85 individuals; of those,,
— Chronic liver disease develops in 60–70 individuals;
— After 20–30 years, cirrhosis will develop in 5–20 people;
— Fatal results because of cirrhosis or liver cancer will occur in 1–5 individuals.

Chronic Hep C virus may cause a serious liver cell damage, which is called cirrhosis.
— Cirrhosis is the type of progressive liver disease that leads to formation of scar tissue that replaces normal liver tissue
— Advanced cirrhosis is the type of cirrhosis that results in heavily scarred liver with great degradation of its functions.

It is important to know that about 70%–80% of infected individuals that have acute Hep C feel no symptoms. The following serious symptoms may occur shortly after an individual was infected:

  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Abdominal pain
  • Dark urine
  • Clay-colored stools
  • Joint pain
  • Jaundice (yellow color in the skin or eyes)

It is normal during chronic Hep C to either have mild symptoms or not to have any symptoms at all. Several common side effects of chronic Hep C are the following: headache, joint pain and fatigue. Long-term Hep C effects include different levels of liver damage. The symptoms may become noticeable only after the liver damage has extensively developed. Hep C infection may be detected during regular liver blood tests for individuals without symptoms.

See More Question / Answer

Safety Instructions

What side effects can be expected while taking HARVONI?

Here is the list of severe possible side effects:

Bradycardia (meaning slowing heart rate):
Do not take HARVONI with medicines that are meant for curing heart problems, for example amiodarone (Cordarone®, Nexterone®, Pacerone®). This combination may lead to slower heart rate and possible lethal outcome. If you took the above medicines together and you feel the following: shortness of breath, confusion, dizziness, fainting, lightheadedness, extreme tiredness, memory problems or chest pains URGENTLY get medical help.

Regular side effect of HARVONI are as follows: headache, tiredness and weakness.

Please find below essential information about HARVONI, as well as Important Warning.

See More Safety Information