How Do I Know If My Hep C Treatment Worked?

Medically reviewed in February 2021

A person will have a number of blood tests while being treated for hep C. In this video, learn what those tests are, how often they’re conducted and how something called "viral load" helps determine if (and when) treatment has been a success.

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