Here are some links to sites that contain more information, including medical information as well as peer support that may be available to you in your area of residence.
Please take a look at this site to learn about co-infection with Hep C and HIV.
CATC is the Canadian Treatment Action Council
This organization is in Canada, and it deals with issues around Tx issues, as well as other related topics.
I would like to suggest a website that is worth taking a look at. The woman behind the site is a friend of mine, and she does, and has worked tirelessly to help people with Hep C. Both as an educator and as an author, a person involved in peer support groups, and so much more. Please take a look,and I am sure you will agree with me.
Go to: www.lucindaporterrn.com/
Organ Donation is something that I believe in strongly. There is a group that I know, who is doing wonderful work in this area of great importance.
"The mission of Organ Transplant Initiative (OTI) is; "To ensure that anyone who needs a blood, tissue or organ transplant can get one; to offer support and encouragement to transplant patients and families, donor families, living donors and caregivers and to be an accurate and timely resource for information."
I am now a member of the Pacific Hepatitis C Network. This is an organization that is made up of members who are working in many areas of Hep C patient advocacy, as well as raising awareness and removing the stigma and lack of understanding about Hepatitis C.