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Ledifos Tablets

Pioneers in the industry, we offer ledifos ledipasvir 90mg and sofosbuvir 400 mg from India.
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
  • Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg
Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg

Ledifos Ledipasvir 90mg And Sofosbuvir 400 Mg

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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Bottle

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Packaging SizeLedifos 90/400mg
StrengthLedipasvir 90 mg+sofasbuvir 400mg
CompositionLedifos
TreatmentHiv and hcv
Prescription/Non prescriptionPrescription
FormTablet
LedifosHepatitis C is an infectious liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV), a single-stranded RNA virus.1 Those infected usually develop acute hepatitis C, which spontaneously clears in 15% to 45% of infected persons. The incubation period for acute hepatitis is anywhere from two weeks to six months, and most patients remain asymptomatic. Early diagnosis of HCV infection is rare, and the disease may go unnoticed until patients have already developed serious liver damage. Those who do not spontaneously clear the infection develop chronic hepatitis C.2 In the United States, approximately 3.2 million people have chronic HCV infection. Of patients who are chronically infected, 5% to 20% will eventually develop cirrhosis, and 1% to 5% will die from cirrhosis or hepatocellular carcinoma.3

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  • Item Code: 6654155
  • Production Capacity: 10000
  • Delivery Time: 5 days
  • Packaging Details: Hepatitis C is an infectious liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV), a single-stranded RNA virus.1 Those infected usually develop acute hepatitis C, which spontaneously clears in 15% to 45% of infected persons. The incubation period for acute hepatitis is anywhere from two weeks to six months, and most patients remain asymptomatic. Early diagnosis of HCV infection is rare, and the disease may go unnoticed until patients have already developed serious liver damage. Those who do not spontaneously clear the infection develop chronic hepatitis C.2 In the United States, approximately 3.2 million people have chronic HCV infection. Of patients who are chronically infected, 5% to 20% will eventually develop cirrhosis, and 1% to 5% will die from cirrhosis or hepatocellular carcinoma.3

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