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The ambitious plan will allocate an initial $5 million to help ramp up treatment, remove barriers to care and increase harm reduction.
The World Health Organization wants to see 90 percent of the world’s population screened for hepatitis C by 2030.
The plan aims to increase treatment access and expand outreach programs to those most at risk of infection.
State laws that mandate health care providers to offer hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing can help significantly increase screening rates.
The nonpartisan body will tackle a range of issues affecting Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Widespread treatment offers the possibility of eliminating hepatitis C as a public health threat.
The meeting aims to create a framework for eliminating the virus across New York, similar to the HIV/AIDS Ending the Epidemic Blueprint.
The deals are part of an ongoing push by the state attorney general to end discriminatory selection processes.
The move comes just over a month after Schneiderman’s office issued subpoenas to all major commercial plans in the state.
Subpoenas have been sent to all major commercial plans in the state, requesting clear documentation on how people are selected for approval.
Reports also show that HCV spending varied widely from state to state.
Lawyers for the plaintiff are claiming the policy submitted thousands of prisoners to cruel and unusual punishment.
More than half of the state’s birthing hospitals did not meet the 90 percent bar set by health officials for vaccinating babies against the de...
A new study found previously unknown.
Advocates argue that the proposed criteria are dangerous for people living with the deadly liver disease.
The program will help stem the spread of HIV and hepatitis C among injection drug users in the region.
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