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Hepatitis C: Drug Companies Held Accountable
 



A groundbreaking class action lawsuit was recently filed on behalf of Americans with hemophilia, or their survivors and estates, who from 1978 to 1990 were infected with HCV. The suit, which targets a number of drug companies, excludes people who were co-infected with HIV.

The class action lawsuit alleges that for years the defendants knew of serious Non-A Non-B hepatitis infections caused by agents transmissible by blood and Factor VIII and IX and yet failed to warn persons with hemophilia, or the medical community more generally, of these risks and failed to act quickly to render the agents non-infective. The suit claims that a simple detergent treatment, which existed at the time, would have been an effective method for deactivating viruses in factor concentrate.

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