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Four key ways countries can prevent infections, save lives and minimize impact
A recent article in The Seattle Times asks why.
The World Health Organization’s goal to end the epidemic will be “narrowly missed,” says a new study.
The California city seeks to dramatically reduce new HCV infections and related deaths.
The viral hepatitis epidemic and the opioid crisis is an example of a syndemic.
The plan aims to increase treatment access and expand outreach programs to those most at risk of infection.
The National Science Foundation doled out its funding as part of a national effort to end the epidemic by 2030.
Hepatitis A outbreaks are occurring all over the world, including in the United States. However, hepatitis A can be easily prevented.
Thomas Frieden, MD, former director of the CDC), has offered a series of recommendations for ending the U.S. opioid crisis.
Gay and bisexual men in London, England, are in the middle of rising twin epidemics of HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
Doctors claim government health officials are covering up the situation by refusing to cite the actual number of victims.
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