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In a recent British Columbia study, 1 in 10 people who began treatment were lost to follow-up.
A Rhode Island study found that testing for hepatitis C among people on probation is likely a good way to find undiagnosed individuals.
Researchers determined what proportion of those who tested positive made it through each of nine key steps on the way to being cured.
States will be able to more easily design programs to increase access to treatment for substance use disorders.
A new article points out major overlaps between hep C and mental illness.
Currently, testing for hepatitis C virus (HCV) involves two steps.
An interview with Charles Gore, chief executive and cofounder of The Hepatitis C Trust and founder of the World Hepatitis Alliance.
Discusses the hepatitis C and prescription opioid misuse problems in the U.S. and provides resources for health professionals
This article from Canada’s CATIE reports on a community-based program that successfully engages participants in hepatitis C care
The loss prevents a majority from being cured.
Only half of Americans living with hepatitis C are aware of their infection, and just 9 percent of the total have been cured of the virus.
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