Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China

Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China Hepatol Int (2017) 11 (Suppl 1):S1–S1093 DOI 10.1007/s12072-016-9783-9 AB STRACTS Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver 2017 achieved by 100% (7/7) of patients with prior PI failure; 100% (42/42) Plenary Presentation with HCV/HIV coinfection; 91% (63/69) with advanced fibrosis (in- cludes 3 PI failures, 10 coinfections, 12 post-transplant); 90% (54/60) 17 February 2017 (Friday) with cirrhosis (includes 4 coinfections); 91% (20/22) post-liver trans- Plenary Presentation 01 plant, and 100% (125/125) with no/mild fibrosis. By HCV genotype, 15:45–17:15 98% (49/50) with GT-1b, 93% (13/14) with GT-2, 94% (179/190) with GT-3, and a single patient with GT-6 achieved SVR. Baseline NS5A RAS were detected in 13% (33/257) of patients. SVR was achieved in 85% (28/33) of patients with NS5A RAS: 100% (6/6) GT-1b patients PL001 with L31 M or Y93H, 75% (3/4) GT-2 with L31 M, 82% (18/22) of GT- 3 with A30 K or Y93H (including all of 8 with no/mild fibrosis), and in Impact of baseline NS5A polymorphisms on sustained virologic the single GT-6 patient with R30S. NS5A RAS were detected at relapse response rates to treatment with daclatasvir plus sofosbuvir in all http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hepatology International Springer Journals

Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China

Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China

Hepatol Int (2017) 11 (Suppl 1):S1–S1093 DOI 10.1007/s12072-016-9783-9 AB STRACTS Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver 2017 achieved by 100% (7/7) of patients with prior PI failure; 100% (42/42) Plenary Presentation with HCV/HIV coinfection; 91% (63/69) with advanced fibrosis (in- cludes 3 PI failures, 10 coinfections, 12 post-transplant); 90% (54/60) 17 February 2017 (Friday) with cirrhosis (includes 4 coinfections); 91% (20/22) post-liver trans- Plenary Presentation 01 plant, and 100% (125/125) with no/mild fibrosis. By HCV genotype, 15:45–17:15 98% (49/50) with GT-1b, 93% (13/14) with GT-2, 94% (179/190) with GT-3, and a single patient with GT-6 achieved SVR. Baseline NS5A RAS were detected in 13% (33/257) of patients. SVR was achieved in 85% (28/33) of patients with NS5A RAS: 100% (6/6) GT-1b patients PL001 with L31 M or Y93H, 75% (3/4) GT-2 with L31 M, 82% (18/22) of GT- 3 with A30 K or Y93H (including all of 8 with no/mild fibrosis), and in Impact of baseline NS5A polymorphisms on sustained virologic the single GT-6 patient with R30S. NS5A RAS were detected at relapse response rates to treatment with daclatasvir plus sofosbuvir in all 13 virologic failures while no NS5B RAS were detected. with or without ribavirin in patients infected with HCV genotypes Conclusion: In this retrospective sub-analysis, high SVR rates prevalent in Asia (90–100%) were observed after treatment with DCV + SOF ± RBV in challenging-to-treat patient populations infected with HCV genotypes 1 1 Fiona McPhee , Dennis Hernandez , Maria Jesus frequently observed in Asia. SVR rates (75–100%) were minimally 2 1 1 Jimenez-exposito , Eugene Scott Swenson , Nannan Zhou impacted in the few patients with BL RAS, irrespective of genotype. 1 2 Emergent NS5A RAS and no NS5B RAS were observed in patients not Bristol-Myers Squibb, Wallingford, CT, USA;...
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Medicine & Public Health; Hepatology; Colorectal Surgery; Surgery
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Hepatol Int (2017) 11 (Suppl 1):S1–S1093 DOI 10.1007/s12072-016-9783-9 AB STRACTS Abstracts of the 26th Annual Conference of APASL, February 15–19, 2017, Shanghai, China Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver 2017 achieved by 100% (7/7) of patients with prior PI failure; 100% (42/42) Plenary Presentation with HCV/HIV coinfection; 91% (63/69) with advanced fibrosis (in- cludes 3 PI failures, 10 coinfections, 12 post-transplant); 90% (54/60) 17 February 2017 (Friday) with cirrhosis (includes 4 coinfections); 91% (20/22) post-liver trans- Plenary Presentation 01 plant, and 100% (125/125) with no/mild fibrosis. By HCV genotype, 15:45–17:15 98% (49/50) with GT-1b, 93% (13/14) with GT-2, 94% (179/190) with GT-3, and a single patient with GT-6 achieved SVR. Baseline NS5A RAS were detected in 13% (33/257) of patients. SVR was achieved in 85% (28/33) of patients with NS5A RAS: 100% (6/6) GT-1b patients PL001 with L31 M or Y93H, 75% (3/4) GT-2 with L31 M, 82% (18/22) of GT- 3 with A30 K or Y93H (including all of 8 with no/mild fibrosis), and in Impact of baseline NS5A polymorphisms on sustained virologic the single GT-6 patient with R30S. NS5A RAS were detected at relapse response rates to treatment with daclatasvir plus sofosbuvir in all

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