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The Challenges of Caring for Patients with Hepatitis C

The Challenges of Caring for Patients with Hepatitis C
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The number of new cases of hepatitis C has declined significantly since its peak in the late 1980s. But now, two decades later, we’re seeing ...
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    The number of new cases of hepatitis C has declined significantly since its peak in the late 1980s. But now, two decades later, we’re seeing the manifestation of long-term complications from this chronic disease. Dr. Imtiaz Alam, founding medical director of the Austin Hepatitis Center in Austin, Tex., examines the clinical obstacles that often occur when treating a large volume of patients with complex cases of hepatitis C. Looking to the future, how can screening and other prevention mechanisms aid in fighting the pervasive impact of this disease? Find out more with host Dr. David Rubin.

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