Plaintiff, an inmate at High Desert State Prison, filed a 42 U.S.C. 1983 complaint alleging violations of the Eighth Amendment. His complaint claims “Defendants—doctors and administrators at High Desert State Prison—violated his rights through deliberate indifference to his serious medical needs.” More specifically, he alleges that Defendants failed to provide him with any “one of the many commercially available drugs” to cure his Hepatitis C despite knowing that not doing so would cause serious risk to his health. As a result of not receiving proper treatment, the Plaintiff alleges that his Hepatitis C evolved into chronic Hepatitis C that resulted in “irreversible liver damage with incurable cirrhosis.” This individual is seeking representation through the Federal Pro Bono Program.
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