Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is now recognized as the principal causative agent of non-A and non-B Hepatitis. HCV was first discovered in 1989. Read more about studies at Mount Sinai. Read More
Study Finds That Those with Hard-to-Treat Forms of Hepatitis C Are Half As Likely to Begin Treatment
November 9, 2009 - Mount Sinai researchers conclude that patients with hard-to-treat forms of hepatitis C are less likely to seek treatment than those with less difficult-to-treat versions of the disease.