Thanks for very nice presentation on HCV
take home message
KT is indicated in HCV recipients
it is better than dialysis BUT graft survival is less than non infected patients

DAA are effective and DO NOT interact with IS except with few interaction with cyclosporin
SOFOSBUVIR is mainstay of DAA and has NO interaction with any IS drugs

HCV positive to HCV negative transplant is EXPERMENTAL at present and it is premature to say that it is routinely indicated

Thank you, prof, for this exciting lecture.
My question is, if we decided to treat before KTP, is it a must to wait for an undetected viral load before proceeding with transplantation?

Thanks alot for you Prof. interesting lecture

Thanks for you Prof.

interesting lecture.

enjoyed the great talk.

thank you so much

Thank you for the great presentation.

Very comprehensive, Thanks a lot.

Thanks a lot

Thank You

Thanks for very nice presentation on HCV

take home message

KT is indicated in HCV recipients

it is better than dialysis BUT graft survival is less than non infected patients

DAA are effective and DO NOT interact with IS except with few interaction with cyclosporin

SOFOSBUVIR is mainstay of DAA and has NO interaction with any IS drugs

HCV positive to HCV negative transplant is EXPERMENTAL at present and it is premature to say that it is routinely indicated

Thank you prof

Thank you dr Mai for very very informative presentation

Much appreciated Professor May.

Thank you for the short and precise lecture.

Thnxs prof for the nice lecture

thank you for your lecture. it is really highly informative together with being very concise.

A great lecture – it changed my conservative thinking on going ahead with transplantation even in HCV positive cases. Thank you indeed.

Thank you Prof. May

really it is wonderful lecture

very informative

thanks a lot our prof

Thank you so much, Dr. May, for the wonderful discussion and all the clinical pearls.

Thanks prof: May.

Great work as usual.

Very detailed and fantastic. I liked the site of drug interactions. Comprehensive, did not leave a gap for a question. Thank you

Thank you very interesting lecture

Thank you, prof, for this exciting lecture.

My question is, if we decided to treat before KTP, is it a must to wait for an undetected viral load before proceeding with transplantation?

Thank you so much, our Prof. for this valuable and interesting presentation

Thank you Professor for the detailed presentation on this important topic

Thank you Professor Hasaballah for a very clear and concise presentation.

Thanks so much Dr May , for all the clinical pearls and amazing talk

Thanks for this to the point lecture.