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HEPC

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Total Population

9.594.044

5600 NEW CASES IN 2015
204800 Estimated absolute number of patients with Hepatitis C 0.25% PREVALENCE over total population
1a 25.1 33.2 6.4 4 27.5 3.3 0 1b 1(other) 2 3 4 5 6 0 Distribution by genotype
11,233 HCVCUREDPATIENTS
23200Total number of HCV patients treated with DAA's
(soon) HCV LIVER RELATED DEATHS
1218 HCV related HCC 272HCV related liver transplants
38933HCV related cirrhosis
184344HCV liver related fibrosis
Data From:
HCV Cured Patients - (in 2015) Razavi; HCV Liver Related Deaths - Infarmed; Prevalence over total population - Razavi; HCV related HCC - Razavi; Distribution by genotype - 1b - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 1 (other) - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 2 - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 3 - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 4 - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 5 - Gower E, et al. (2014); Distribution by genotype - 6 - Gower E, et al. (2014); Total number of HCV patients treated with DAA's - Gower E, et al. (2014); Total population - Anjo J, et al. (2014); - CIA;

“Hepatitis C is found worldwide. The most affected regions are Africa and Central and East Asia. Depending on the country, hepatitis C infection can be concentrated in certain populations”

in WHO Fact sheet N°164
Updated July 2015