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HEPATITIS C is curable and yet thousands of Malaysian patients do not have access to effective treatment for this highly infectious disease.

The data available suggests that more than 500,000 Malaysians are living with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Most people infected with HCV are unaware of their status until it has progressed to advanced liver disease, liver failure or cancer.

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