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The authorization of VIEKIRAX + EXVIERA is also based on the results from Phase 2 scientific trials in GT1 chronic HCV infected sufferers, which demonstrated that VIEKIRAX + EXVIERA cured 97 % of liver transplant recipients, 92 % of patients co-contaminated with HIV-1 and 97 % of patients on opioid substitution therapy. Sufferers who achieve a sustained virologic response are believed cured of hepatitis C. Approval of VIEKIRAX in GT4 chronic hepatitis C was predicated on a Phase 2 study where individuals treated with VIEKIRAX with RBV accomplished 100 % SVR12. Results from the trial, referred to as EXIST-2, today at the International TSC Research Meeting in Belfast were offered, Northern Ireland.Schieffelin, M.D., M.S.P.H., Jeffrey G. Shaffer, Ph.D., Augustine Goba, B.Sc., Michael Gbakie, R.N., Stephen K. Gire, M.P.H., Andres Colubri, Ph.D., Rachel S.G. Sealfon, S.M., Lansana Kanneh, Alex Moigboi, R.N., Mambu Momoh, Mohammed Fullah, Lina M. Moses, Ph.D., Bethany L. Brown, M.S.C.S., Kristian G. Andersen, Ph.D., Sarah Winnicki, M.S., Stephen F. Schaffner, Ph.D., Daniel J. Park, Ph.D., Nathan L. Yozwiak, Ph.D., Pan-Pan Jiang, Ph.D., David Kargbo, Simbirie Jalloh, Mbalu Fonnie, R.N., Vandi Sinnah, Issa French, Alice Kovoma, Fatima K. Kamara, R.N., Veronica Tucker, Edwin Konuwa, R.N., Josephine Sellu, R.N., Ibrahim Mustapha, Momoh Foday, Mohamed Yillah, Franklyn Kanneh, Sidiki Saffa, James L.B.