Translational research to foil hepatitis C

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Translational research to foil hepatitis C
For hepatitis C treatment antihistamine chlorcyclizine HCI works better on people need of new research which makes drug blocks the virus getting into cells and is different from the current hepatitis C drug, that can block viral replication. In this drug complements the existing hepatitis C drugs and can be used by combination. Hepatitis C leads to liver complications such as cirrhosis. About 3.2 million Americans have hepatitis C, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Due to high drug costs and restrictive policies of many public and private insurance carriers more advanced liver disease are obtaining access.  Through graft human liver cells in mice need for test of allergy drug. To determine if new uses of existing drugs might work to treat the disease. Chlorcyclizine has been around for decades but is not widely used. But the researchers found that the drug appears to prevent an early stage of infection with hepatitis C.
Translational research is early to solve number of challenges remained. Currently accepts the dose for any clinical trial, because the drug at high doses may have significant side effects, such as drowsiness. It may be possible for the current dosing may not be active against hepatitis C in people.
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