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If you are dealing with a chronic case of hepatitis C, you may benefit from boceprevir (VICTRELIS™). This medication is a protease inhibitor, which means it works by inhibiting the action of a certain enzyme that the hepatitis C virus uses to multiply. This drug is taken three times a day (seven to nine hours apart). For best results, each dose should be taken with a meal or a snack.
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