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Sara White, Doctor of Pharmacy, Masters in Public Health and is the resident expert on drug pricing, generics and healthcare accessibility.

This article goes in to the most common types of hepatitis C treatment prescribed by liver doctors, the cure rates, where and how to order safely and securely from the comfort of your home.

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Emily’s experience:

My dad tried pegylated interferon and ribavirin in early 2010 and it was really hard on him. He said the only thing he could compare it to was like going through chemotherapy. (yes, he beat testicular cancer before) Well, we heard nothing but good things about “new” hep C cure meds and we had to do go for it. The only draw back was insurance wouldn’t cover it. Our liver doc at UCLA recommended us to call Kris for Harvoni. We paid extra for fast shipping and we got the meds in 5 days. Dad takes the meds for 9 days and it completely changed him. Now remind you, my dad is 65 years old doesn’t drink or smoke, he said he felt like he was 25 years old again. We couldn’t believe it. My big brother was literally in tears when he heard how dad was doing. I don’t know who you guys are but you changed my dad’s life and my whole family is eternally grateful. Thank you.

P.S. Kris, thank you for always taking my call. Nancy, thank you for always calling me back.

Emily Weinhold | January 5th 2021 | Chicago, Illinois

Carolyn’s experience:

My dad was dying and no one was willing to help us. I didn’t have much of a choice. I was only 18 years old but I knew I had to do something. I searched online and found Sunny Pharma’s number and gave Kris a call. He asked me what the genotype was and immediately send out the meds. I told him I didn’t have the money but will pay the pharmacy later. He said no problem. Well, within a week my dad was doing much better after taking the medication. Another two weeks he was almost 90%. I owe Kris, Melissa and Nancy so much for all their help. Its been 6 months after finishing the generic Epclusa, his viral load came back undetectable. God bless and thank you for helping me out when I most needed help.

Carolyn Gooding | December 21st 2020 | Austin, Texas

Steve’s experience:

The cost of epclusa was so cheap, I really had a hard time believing it that this medicine was real. I had read on 10 other news sites about how affordable it was for Americans to buy epclusa online from India. I bought 3 bottles and my wife’s tests came with a non detectable viral load. Really a great deal that your company offer such an expensive drug for a low price. Thank you.

Steve Daniels | December 16th 2020 | Seattle, Washington

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Because you are here, you want to learn about the most prescribed hepatitis C (HCV) treatments, both brand names and authorized generics.

We’ll go over the price difference of brand names like Harvoni, Epclusa, Sovaldi, Daklinza, Mavyret & Vosevi and their identical generics (Identical molecular compound, except price).

You may have heard, hep C meds are quite expensive for most Americans and Europeans, unless you happen to live in India.

Let’s go ahead and take a look at the best new treatments that are available today for your cure.

Hepatitis C virus (HCV)

Hepatitis C virus causes inflammation, scarring and cancer of the liver if not treated.

HCV was discovered and identified only in 1989.

Prior to 1989 it was always called non A and non B.

Meaning it was not hepatitis A nor hepatitis B. (nobody knew what it was)

Worst thing about hep C is that it is highly infectious and is and will continue to be a big public health risk.

Over the past several decades hep C has cost American tax payers billions of dollars in care and treatment.

Before new hep C treatments (direct acting antivirals) were invented, there were only interferon injection and ribavirin treatment options.

Majority of the patients could not handle the severe side effects of interferon and ribavirin.

As expected most patients would just give up on this treatment.

Unfortunately, this treatment also had a low cure rate.

Now…

Enter the new chapter of hepatitis C treatments, direct acting antivirals or DAAs


Natalie’s experience:

I made up my mind. I was not going to wait any longer for my insurance to approve Harvoni. If I didn’t I would be in danger of losing my life. Because I took action, I’m here today. Thank you for the support Kris and Melissa.

Natalie Stahl | November 11th 2020| Carlsbad, California

What are the treatments for hepatitis C in 2020?

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New hepatitis C treatments 2020

With the advancement of biotechnology in the 1990’s and 2000’s, there was a major breakthrough in 2007.

Sofosbuvir (soe-FOS-bue-vir) was invented.

A medicine that blocks a protein (NS5B) that is responsible for the hep C virus from replicating.

If this sounds pretty complicated, it is.

We are just happy it works!

Fast forward to 2013, the US FDA approves sofosbuvir for hepatitis C treatment.

Sofosbuvir is patented by Gilead Sciences and was launched in the US as Sovaldi.

More than 60,000 patients in the US sought Sovaldi within the first 30 weeks of it being available.

At the same time, India began manufacturing the approved Gilead licensed generic version for poor countries.


Janet’s experience:

I have tried all the hepc treatments before all these new meds came out. My body would heal for a while 6 months to a year and then the viral load would jump up again. I couldn’t handle the emotional roller coaster ride of thinking the old treatment was going to cure me and then I would be back to square one. Good news was Blue Cross Blue Shield approved me but the bad news as I would have to pay $14,000 for Epclusa. A friend of mine, who was also hepc positive, bought her meds from Sunny Pharma. I followed suit, like my friend before me, I was cured once in for all. Even after one year, my hep C test came back negative. I’m not the best at writing reviews or promoting a company, but you guys literally saved my life. Kris, thanks for always being available on the phone. Give my regards to Melissa and Nancy.

Janet Leigh | December 19th 2020 | Boston, Massachusetts

What are the new treatments for hepatitis C?

Most of the new hepatitis C treatments have sofosbuvir as the main ingredient.

  • Sovaldi (sofosbuvir 400mg)
  • Harvoni (ledipasvir 90mg sofosbuvir 400mg)
  • Epclusa (velpatasvir 100mg sofosbuvir 400mg)
  • Daklinza (daclatasvir)
  • Mavyret (glecaprevir 100mg pibrentasvir 40mg)
  • Technivie (ombitasvir/paritaprevir/ritonavir)
  • Zepatier (elbasvir 50mg grazoprevir 100mg)
  • Vosevi (voxilaprevir 100mg velpatasvir 100mg sofosbuvir 400mg)

How much does it cost for hepatitis C treatment?

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Hepatitis C medicine is one of the most expensive medicines in the Western world.

Prices of hepatitis C treatments are pretty high, and start at $26,400 for the least expensive treatment.

  • Cost of Harvoni $94,500 – 12 weeks of treatment and $189,000 for 24 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Epclusa $78,078 – 12 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Sovaldi $84,000 – 12 weeks of treatment and $168,000 for 24 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Mavyret $26,400 – 8 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Zepatier $54,600 – 12 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Technivie $76,653 – 12 weeks of treatment
  • Cost of Vosevi $78,078 – 12 weeks of treatment

Pharmaceutical companies have spent billions of dollars on research and development.

It took years to come up with  this type of hep C treatment with a high cure rate.

This could possibly explain why this medicine is so expensive.

Another reason maybe why its expensive; high cure rates of 95% to 99% and low side effects.

Gilead Sciences, the manufacturer of the medicine priced it cheaper than a liver transplant.

Liver transplant in the US is about $577,000 to $750,000.

Pay a big price now, so you don’t have to pay bigger price for a liver transplant.

As a daughter of an amazing father who had hepatitis C, I don’t agree with this logic. Sorry.

The average person with hep C is not able to pay for the medicine or a liver transplant.

Most people are not happy about it, even if your insurance may or may not cover it.


James and Jillian’s experience:

We didn’t know what we were going to do because we have been given the run around for over 1 year. They just didn’t want to give us the meds to cure our dad. I googled and I read the reviews and I ordered for generic Epclusa. After our two weeks of starting treatment, it was like night and day. He literally came back to life. He was up and about back in his workshop tooling around. It was a miracle. Thank you Nancy.

James Brewer and Jillian Newsom | December 10th 2020 | Sarasota, Florida

What is the cost with insurance?

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Most insurers do not cover hep C treatments like Harvoni, Sovaldi, Epclusa, Daklinza, Mavyret and Vosevi.

Two reasons for this:

  • Cost of the HCV treatment is very expensive
  • Not “medically necessary” until liver failure

If you are one of the exceptions (you are lucky), your insurance company may help.

Then, you have to consider the copay of $10,000 to $38,000.

Some people go ahead and come up with a copay so they can afford the treatment.

Others (most people) are scrambling looking for ways to reduce the copay or even eliminate it.

Or, they appeal their insurance company to approve the medication.

Unfortunately, getting your treatment approved is only 23% for those with insurance.

As a result we get a ton of emails regularly asking “I’ve been denied by my insurance, can you help me get my hepatitis C treatment.”


Mike’s experience:

Man oh man. I made it alive. I had no idea if I was going to make it for this year’s Christmas. The whole family didn’t know what was going to happen if the meds were going to work or what not. It was less than 700 bucks. I’m not going to wait around for insurance to approve me. The fourth day on the meds, I was doing tons better. After a month, I felt like superman. I started playing soccer again and my friends were awe struck. Heck, I didn’t even know what was going on. I just felt insanely better. Nancy, thank you for calling me from India. Chris, thanks for always taking my calls. Melissa, you were always very supportive from the get go. I couldn’t have picked a better company than you folks. It was God’s plan for me to be here today because of your meds. God Bless.

Mike Dowd | September 15th 2020 | Madison, Wisconsin

What if you don’t have insurance?

Those without insurance, have a few options.

All hepatitis C drug manufacturers have a website to apply to get treatment free of cost.

Remember, to do more digging online.

Sooner or later you will find a good source to get your treatment paid for or get it at a lower price.

You may even be the uber lucky person and get it for FREE.

So far, you have read about the history of HCV, new treatments (DAAs) and their costs.

Now, we are going to dive in to generic hep C drugs.

What are authorized generics?

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Authorized generics of Harvoni and Epclusa launched

Gilead Sciences decided to put out the generic Harvoni and generic Epclusa 10 to 15 years early before their patents expired.

  • Cost of sofosbuvir 400mg ledipasvir 90mg, a generic for Harvoni, is $24,000 for 12 weeks course and $48,000 for 24 weeks course.
  • Cost of sofosbuvir 400mg velpatasvir 100mg, a generic for Epclusa, is $24,000 for 12 weeks course.

There are three reasons for the availability of hep C generics:

  1. Competition (Abbvie’s Mavyret) is selling for $26,400
  2. Increase sales (revenue & profits) from licensing out more authorized generics to India.
  3. Provide Medicare/Medicaid patients a discount of $2,500 for each treatment (unfortunately this doesn’t add up to any real cost savings).

The generics, allow Gilead Sciences to compete with cheaper hepatitis C treatments currently in the marketplace.

Many of you probably watched on 60 Minutes, 20/20 and Fox news about low priced identical generics from India that are fraction of the cost.

Bloomberg News and CNN aired a special report the cost of Harvoni tablet is $1125 in the US and in India its less than $10 a pill.


Mandy’s experience:

I called Sunny Pharma to order, Kris asked me for my genotype. I told him it was genotype 2. He informed me the prescription I had was wrong and asked to contact the doc and get a new prescription. We squared that away and got my generic Epclusa in 5 days. Very happy with the service.

Melissa and Nancy thanks for always following up with how I was doing.

Mandy Bickerstaff |August 19th 2020 | Chicago, IL

Why the huge price difference?

The best answer we have found is Gilead Sciences paid about $11.2 billion dollars for Pharmasset Inc, the company that invented sofosbuvir, the main ingredient in Sovaldi, Epclusa, Harvoni and Vosevi.

Gilead had to recoup their multi billion dollar investment.

Which they certainly did.

Gilead made $48 billion dollars from 2015 to 2019 from selling hepatitis C medicine.

Only drawback to making such a good profit is, many state health budgets went bust and quite a high number of patients could not afford hep C treatments.

Also, many died due to liver failure before they could be approved for treatment.

We are going to put those days behind us, because there is no genuine excuse in getting cured for hepatitis C.

In the following section we will discover why Harvoni price in India or Epclusa price in India is much lower than in the US.

What about the generics from India?

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Generic hepatitis C treatments

Generic Harvoni | Generic Epclusa | Generic Sovaldi | Mavyret Generic | Vosevi Generic

Hep C treatment cost in India is around $777 depending on how long your doctor recommends treatment.

This is well known by most Americans and Europeans.

India has been manufacturing hepatitis C generics since 2014, with the approval of Gilead Sciences and the FDA.

Many newspapers around the country (USA), reported in 2014, the cost of Harvoni in India is $1997 $777 and cost of Epclusa in India is $2497 $777 , for 12 weeks treatment.

Sovaldi cost in India is $1495 $694 for 84 days or 12 weeks of treatment.

Sovaldi and Daklinza (daclatasvir) is $1895 $777 for a 12 week course.


Wilbur’s experience:

They wanted to charge me $190,000 for 24 weeks of Harvoni. My wife almost fainted when insurance told her that they didn’t cover the meds. That’s what insurance is for. She got on the phone and spoke to our family doctor in town and he referred us to you all. I spoke with the nice gentleman Kris, he said don’t worry, we got you covered. He was actually very stern with me and said we don’t want you to be anxious, that’s the last thing we need. We need you to be positive and you are going to be cured. Cant’ thank Kris enough. I think we paid less than $1400 for the 24 weeks of Harvoni.

Its been about 4 months since I finished my hep C meds, I feel great and my viral load was not detectable.


Wilbur S. Scott | September 25th 2020 | Cleveland, Ohio

Why are hepatitis C treatments so cheap in India?

Hepatitis C generic treatments are a lot less in India for 3 very important reasons:

  • India has an established pharmaceutical industry & infrastructure since 1963
  • Cost of manufacturing and labor is considerably lower than in the US or Europe
  • Cost to make hep C meds in large volume is not expensive

Since, the early 1960’s India has been providing the American people with affordable medicine at a fraction of the cost.

All hepatitis C treatment manufacturing facilities are checked and approved by the US FDA and Gilead Sciences.

Today, India manufactures 55% of all tablets and injections that are in the US market.

What is the takeaway?

Getting treatment for hepatitis C is not complicated.

It is very rare, especially nowadays, to not be cured from hep C (HCV).

If your insurance covers HCV treatment, don’t let them shoo you away.

Keep trying until you get approved for treatment.

At the same time, don’t wait until you start to experience liver failure.

The meds to cure hep C are so affordable now!

There is no excuse, you can be hepatitis C free in 8 weeks to 12 weeks, that’s it.

If you do not have insurance work with the drug manufacturers to get discounted or even FREE hep C treatment.

Try to stay positive during this process (this is a must).

It is challenging, we have gone through this ourselves.

Last option is to order generic Harvoni, generic Sovaldi or generic Epclusa online from Sunny Pharma.

Just do not give up, exhaust all resources until you get your treatment and clear the virus.

You will fell so much happier and more energetic.

Your body, mind and liver will thank you for it.

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Hepatitis C Treatments:

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Cost of Epclusa $777

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Generic / Cost of Epclusa (velpatasvir 100mg sofosbuvir 400mg)

Patent holder – Gilead Sciences

Manufacturer – Gilead Sciences, Asegua Therapeutics, Mylan, Abbot, Natco and many other licensees.

Distribution rights – Sunny Pharma and hospital pharmacies

Strength – 100mg velpatasvir and 400mg sofosbuvir

Hepatitis C virus genotypes treatments –1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6

Epclusa generic name:

All Gilead licensed Harvoni generic names are created and marketed by the Indian pharmaceutical companies. The names of the generics are not too creative, they often have velpatasvir or sofosbuvir in their names.

  • MyHep All
  • Resof Total
  • Sofosvel
  • Velpanat

Generic Epclusa Dosage & administration:

  • once a day tablet taken orally for 84 days (12 weeks).
  • Some people, based on their viral load test, are prescribed longer treatment plans.

Most common side effects of generic Epclusa:

  • headache
  • nausea
  • depression
  • low blood iron/ anemia
  • diarrhea
  • dizziness
  • drowsiness
  • physical weakness
  • shortness of breath
  • muscle pain
  • rash

Epclusa rare side effects:

  • Low blood pressure
  • Reactivation of hepatitis B infection (warning for Harvoni and Sovaldi too)
  • Failure of the liver
  • High or low blood sugar
  • Abdomen lining infection and inflammation
  • Angioedema allergy reaction

*If you experience any severe allergic reaction to this medication, please call 911 or your physician immediately.


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Harvoni treatment $777

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Harvoni Treatment (sofosbuvir 400mg ledipasvir 90mg)

Patent holder – Gilead Sciences

Manufacturer – Gilead Sciences, Asegua Therapeutics, Dr. Reddys, Ranbaxy, Abbot, Natco, Mylan, Cipla and more.

Distribution – Local pharmacies, online pharmacies, hospital pharmacies

Strength – 90mg ledipasvir and 400mg sofosbuvir

Hepatitis C virus genotypes 1, 4, 5 or 6

Harvoni generic name:

All Gilead licensed Harvoni generic names are created and marketed by the Indian pharmaceutical companies. Often times they are not creative, they usually will have hepatitis C, Ledipasvir or Sofosbuvir in their names.

  • MyHep LIVR
  • Hepcvir L
  • Hepcinat LP
  • Resof L
  • Novisof L
  • Ledviclear
  • Ledifos
  • LediHep
  • LediKast
  • Cimivir L

Generic Harvoni Dosage & administration:

  • once a day tablet taken orally for 84 days (12 weeks).
  • Some people, based on the viral load test, are prescribed only 56 days of treatment from their liver doctor.

Most common side effects of generic Harvoni:

  • headache
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • drowsiness
  • physical weakness
  • shortness of breath
  • muscle pain
  • rash

*If you experience any severe allergic reaction to this medication, please call 911 or your physician immediately.


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Sovaldi price in India $694

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Generic Sovaldi (sofosbuvir 400mg)

Patent holder – Gilead Sciences

Manufacturer – Gilead Sciences, Natco, Cipla, Mylan, Abbot and Astra Zeneca.

Distribution – Local pharmacies, online pharmacies, hospital pharmacies

Strength – 400mg sofosbuvir

Hepatitis C virus genotypes treatment:

  • gentoypes 1 or 4 with or without compensated cirrhosis in combination with peginterferon alfa and weight based ribavirin.
  • genotypes 2 or 3 with or without compensated cirrhosis in combination with weight based ribavirin.

Sovaldi generic name:

All Gilead licensed Harvoni generic names are created and marketed by the Indian pharmaceutical companies. Often times they are not creative, they usually will have hepatitis C, Ledipasvir or Sofosbuvir in their names.

  • MyHep
  • Hepcvir
  • Hepcinat
  • Resof
  • Novisof

Generic Sovaldi Dosage & administration:

  • once a day tablet taken orally for 84 days (12 weeks).
  • Some people are advised to take daklinza with Sovaldi for genotype 3, please consult with your doctor to see if this combination is right for you

Most common side effects of generic Sovaldi:

  • fatigue / tiredness
  • insomnia
  • headache
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • drowsiness
  • physical weakness
  • shortness of breath
  • muscle pain
  • rash

*If you experience any severe allergic reaction to this medication, please call 911 or your physician immediately.

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