According to the WHO, India is a high burden country for HCV and has about 12-18 million chronically infected patients, most are unaware of their infection status and a third of whom will develop liver cirrhosis or hepatocellular carcinoma, which can lead to death. In the absence of any national level public health program to combat HCV, state government are running programs to ensure better access to diagnosis and treatment.
Haryana: Epidemiological Profile of Hepatitis C Patients at India’s New Hub – Haryana by Dr. Parveen Malhotra Professor & Head, Dept. of Medical Gastroenterology PGIMS, Rohtak
Jeevan Rekha- A Counter For Hepatitis C Epidemic in Haryana by Dr. Parveen Malhotra Professor & Head, Dept. of Medical Gastroenterology PGIMS, Rohtak
Punjab: Scaling up Hepatitis C diagnosis and treatment in Punjab by Dr. Gagandeep Singh Grover, State Programme Officer, IDSP/HCV, Punjab
Negotiating affordable access to diagnostics and medicines in Punjab for HCV by Dr. Gagandeep Singh Grover, State Programme Officer, IDSP/HCV, Punjab
Standard Operating Procedures Mukh Mantri Punjab Hepatitis C Relief Fund, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Punjab
Mizoram: Short Tender Notice for medicines under Mizoram State Healthcare of HCV Drugs, Mizoram State Healthcare Society
Mizoram State Healthcare Scheme (A Health Insurance Scheme implemented by the Mizoram State Health Care Society)