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A Washington emergency room nurse was charged this month five years after being accused of passing on hepatitis C to 12 patients.
The state would pay a fixed annual amount for an unlimited supply of HCV drugs for its Medicaid program.
A recent article in The Seattle Times asks why.
Are subscription treatment models the future of hepatitis C treatment?
Governor Jay Inslee announced the state’s ambitious plan earlier this fall.
But advocates say they are needed to address the city’s heroin and opioid crisis.
Until now, the state would dole out medications only to its employees with the most severe illness.
Since 2015, the state has provided lifesaving medications only to people with the most severe stages of liver disease.
A traveling surgery technician has been charged with stealing and swapping painkiller syringes in at least four states.
A husband prepares to scale the heights of Mount Rainier for his wife.
Many patients are seeking blood tests after being potentially poked by one of nearly 207 hypodermic needles found in Olympia’s outdoor areas s...
He testified before Congress to advocate for needle exchange programs.
Leaders from the worlds of science, diplomacy, politics, philanthropy and entertainment are convening at the XIX International AIDS Conference...
Washington, DC, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are launching a $26.4 million initiative to fight the district?s HIV/AIDS epidemic...
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