Hepatitis C affects 3 million people in the United States every year. About 25% of people living with HIV are also living with hepatitis C. It affects the most marginalized people in the US: the poor, people of color, incarcerated people. The pills to cure it are the most expensive drugs in human history. Getting these drugs into people's hands are harder than ever. No matter which way you slice it, hepatitis C is a complex problem to solve, and incredibly hard to live with.
This episode will featured Ed Barron and Kevin Maloney, two HIV-positive men who have also been living with hepatitis C, who will share their experiences with both viruses.