Three percent and five percent of patients discontinued treatment due to adverse events in the pre- and post-transplant studies, respectively. No serious adverse events reported were associated with sofosbuvir. The most common adverse events observed were consistent with the safety profile of RBV, and included fatigue, anemia, headache and nausea in the pre-transplant study, and fatigue, headache, arthralgia (joint pain) and diarrhea in the post-transplant study.About the Pre-Transplant Study
Gilead Announces Phase 2 Results For Sofosbuvir-Based Regimens In Hepatitis C Patients Before And After Liver Transplantation
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