Anyone born between 1945 – 1965
Current or former intravenous drug users
People with tattoos from an unregulated source
Anyone who has received a blood transfusion before 1992
Anyone who has received blood clotting factor concentrates before 1987
Anyone else with a known exposure to hep C
In most cases, hepatitis C can be treated with medication. Recent advances in these medications make them more tolerable and effective than ever before. Even if you were treated in the past, treatment is likely to be effective for you today.
Whether or not you have insurance to cover hep C treatment, KC CARE staff can help you find the most affordable treatment plan.