Hepatitis C could soon be "completely eliminated” in Georgia, says the country’s Health Minister.
Georgia is preparing to sign a trilateral agreement that will allow a
new medicine to be introduced to the market, which aimed to completely
eradicate the infectious disease in Georgia.
Today Georgia’s Minister of Health David Sergeenko held a press
conference and said the contract about the new Hepatitis C medication
would be signed in April between the Government of Georgia, the United
States Disease Control Centre and American biotechnology company Gilead
Labels: access to treatment, Harvoni, Republic of Georgia