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Their new campaign focuses on the importance of HCV testing for baby boomers and the increasing availability of treatment.
More newly diagnosed cancer patients should get tested, says a new study.
Analysts predict hepatitis testing could be worth nearly $6.9 billion by 2025.
At one hospital in Pittsburgh, the rate of pregnant women with hepatitis C seen for delivery rose 60 percent in eight years.
The Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) recommends hepatitis B and C testing for everyone with HIV.
Primary care physicians and ob-gyns are the top clinicians ordering such tests.
The World Health Organization wants to see 90 percent of the world’s population screened for hepatitis C by 2030.
A look at the World Health Organization’s Progress Report On Access to Hepatitis C Treatment
The plan aims to increase treatment access and expand outreach programs to those most at risk of infection.
High rates of undiagnosed hepatitis C pose a major impediment to combating the virus worldwide.
Wisconsin and other states have seen a near doubling of women who test positive for hepatitis C during pregnancy.
But hepatitis C cases are on the decline.
Making a difference in California, one person at a time.
Eliminating HCV and HBV as public health threats in the United States is possible by 2030.
Hepatitis B and C kill an estimated 1.4 million people worldwide every year, yet less than 5 percent of people are aware of their status.
The move to begin testing for this common co-infection is part of the organization’s goal to end AIDS as an epidemic in New York by 2020.
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