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HARVONI treament information

Harvoni is the modern medicine designed and approved for curing Hep C
with 1 pill a day regimen that lasts 12 week in most cases.
Harvoni treatment doesn’t include either interferon or difficult regiments.

No need for interferon
No need for difficult regiments

For patients with liver transplant and/or decompensated cirrhosis it is recommended to add ribavirin when taking Harvoni course.
Please read medicine instruction for ribavirin when
adding it to your Harvoni treatment (contradictions,
drug combination and pregnancy/lactation period).

It is important to consult your healthcare provider for a perfect treatment course for you.

HARVONI Clinical Study Results

How long does the treatment with harvoni take?

It is common to prescribe a 12 week course for treatment of Hep C. However, possible time-frame for the therapy may take from 8 to 24 weeks. Your healthcare provider will choose the best course length for you based on your individual tests and results.

Genotype 1 Adults Without Cirrhosis

Hep C
Treatment History
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
Never Treated With Lower Levels of Virus in Body (Less Than 6 million UI per mL) 8 Weeks 97%
Never Treated 12 Weeks 96-99%
Previously Treated 12 Weeks 95%

Genotype 1 Adults With Compensated Cirrhosis

Hep C
Treatment History
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
Never Treated 12 Weeks 94%
Previously Treated 24 Weeks 97-100%

Please note that the information above is not valid for those patients who have advanced cirrhosis or the individuals who had liver transplantation. Please learn more about Harvoni treatment options for these patients in the «Advanced Cirrhosis/Liver Transplant» tab

The best way to take HARVONI?

  • Please follow your physician’s prescription and advise in taking Harvoni. Please not change the way to take the medicine without prior consultation.
  • If any adverse symptoms occur, contact your physician immediately, but do not stop taking Harvoni before the physician advises to do so.
  • You should take 1 pill of Harvoni at the same time every day, once a day.
  • It is not important if you take it with or without food.
  • It is important NOT to miss any dose of Harvoni during the course. If you did miss a dose, please contact your physician.
  • If you accidentally took a higher dosage of Harvoni, urgently contact your physician.

Genotype 4, 5 and 6 Adults With or Without Compensated Cirrhosis

Hep C
Genotype
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
4 12 Weeks 93%
5 12 Weeks 93%
6 12 Weeks 96%

Please note that this information is not valid for those patients who have advanced cirrhosis or the individuals who had liver transplantation. Please learn more about Harvoni treatment options for these patients in the «Liver Transplant/Advanced Cirrhosis» tab

The results of the study on GT 4, 5, and 6 that were based on a defined number of individuals who previously had Hep C treatment, it also included patients with compensated cirrhosis.

* 85 individuals with Hep C genotype 4 or 5 that previously had/didn’t have Hep C treatment with no cirrhosis or with compensated cirrhosis, the study showed 93% (41 out of 44) with GT 4 and 93% (38 out of 41) of those with GT 5 that were treated with HARVONI for 12 weeks, taking 1 pill a day were cured.

** 25 individuals with Hep C GT 6 that previously had/didn’t have Hep C treatment with no cirrhosis or with compensated cirrhosis, the study showed 96% (24 out of 25) successful cure with HARVONI for 12 weeks, taking 1 pill a day.

*** Decompensated cirrhosis means that the patient’s liver is not longer functioning in a healthy and effective way because it’s heavily scarred.

Learn about side effects with Harvoni

Hep C & HIV-1

HARVONI regimen is the same both for patients with Hep C and HIV-1 or with Hep C only. You may find the information on taking HARVONI in the charts 1 and 2 based on genotype.

All drug interactions of HARVONI and HIV antiretroviral medicines should be prior discussed with your physician.

Learn abour side effects with Harvoni

Liver Transplant or Advanced Cirrhosis

For individuals with decompensated* cirrhosis who have Hep C GT 1 it is important to add ribavirin to the treatment with HARVONI. Total therapy period in most patients takes 12 weeks.

For individuals with liver transplant without advanced cirrhosis who have Hep C GT 1 or 4, it is important to add ribavirin to the treatment with HARVONI. Total therapy period in most patients takes 12 weeks.

It is highly recommended to consult your physician in order to get the exact and suitable for you scheme and regiment of your total treatment.

Please read medicine instruction for ribavirin when adding it to your Harvoni treatment (contradictions, drug combination and pregnancy/lactation period).

* Decompensated cirrhosis means that the patient’s liver is not longer functioning in a healthy and effective way because it’s heavily scarred.

Learn abour side effects with Harvoni

Genotype 1 Adults Without Cirrhosis

Hep C
Treatment History
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
Never Treated With Lower Levels of Virus in Body (Less Than 6 million UI per mL) 8 Weeks 97%
Never Treated 12 Weeks 96-99%
Previously Treated 12 Weeks 95%

Genotype 1 Adults With Compensated Cirrhosis

Hep C
Treatment History
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
Never Treated 12 Weeks 94%
Previously Treated 24 Weeks 97-100%

Please note that the information above is not valid for those patients who have advanced cirrhosis or the individuals who had liver transplantation. Please learn more about Harvoni treatment options for these patients in the «Advanced Cirrhosis/Liver Transplant» section

The best way to take HARVONI?

  • Please follow your physician’s prescription and advise in taking Harvoni. Please not change the way to take the medicine without prior consultation.
  • If any adverse symptoms occur, contact your physician immediately, but do not stop taking Harvoni before the physician advises to do so.
  • You should take 1 pill of Harvoni at the same time every day, once a day.
  • It is not important if you take it with or without food.
  • It is important NOT to miss any dose of Harvoni during the course. If you did miss a dose, please contact your physician.
  • If you accidentally took a higher dosage of Harvoni, urgently contact your physician.

Genotype 4, 5 and 6 Adults With or Without Compensated Cirrhosis

Hep C
Genotype
Duration of
Treatment
Cure
Rate
4 12 Weeks 93%
5 12 Weeks 93%
6 12 Weeks 96%

Please note that this information is not valid for those patients who have advanced cirrhosis or the individuals who had liver transplantation. Please learn more about Harvoni treatment options for these patients in the «Liver Transplant/Advanced Cirrhosis» section

The results of the study on GT 4, 5, and 6 that were based on a defined number of individuals who previously had Hep C treatment, it also included patients with compensated cirrhosis.

* 85 individuals with Hep C genotype 4 or 5 that previously had/didn’t have Hep C treatment with no cirrhosis or with compensated cirrhosis, the study showed 93% (41 out of 44) with GT 4 and 93% (38 out of 41) of those with GT 5 that were treated with HARVONI for 12 weeks, taking 1 pill a day were cured.

** 25 individuals with Hep C GT 6 that previously had/didn’t have Hep C treatment with no cirrhosis or with compensated cirrhosis, the study showed 96% (24 out of 25) successful cure with HARVONI for 12 weeks, taking 1 pill a day.

*** Decompensated cirrhosis means that the patient’s liver is not longer functioning in a healthy and effective way because it’s heavily scarred.

Learn about side effects with Harvoni

Hep C & HIV-1

HARVONI regimen is the same both for patients with Hep C and HIV-1 or with Hep C only. You may find the information on taking HARVONI in the charts 1 and 2 based on genotype.

All drug interactions of HARVONI and HIV antiretroviral medicines should be prior discussed with your physician.

Learn abour side effects with Harvoni

Liver Transplant or Advanced Cirrhosis

For individuals with decompensated* cirrhosis who have Hep C GT 1 it is important to add ribavirin to the treatment with HARVONI. Total therapy period in most patients takes 12 weeks.

For individuals with liver transplant without advanced cirrhosis who have Hep C GT 1 or 4, it is important to add ribavirin to the treatment with HARVONI. Total therapy period in most patients takes 12 weeks.

It is highly recommended to consult your physician in order to get the exact and suitable for you scheme and regiment of your total treatment.

Please read medicine instruction for ribavirin when adding it to your Harvoni treatment (contradictions, drug combination and pregnancy/lactation period).

* Decompensated cirrhosis means that the patient’s liver is not longer functioning in a healthy and effective way because it’s heavily scarred.

Learn abour side effects with Harvoni

Important Safety Information

What should I tell my healthcare provider before taking HARVONI? (continued)

Tell your healthcare provider and pharmacist about all the medicines you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. HARVONI and certain other medicines may affect each other, or may cause side effects.

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