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HCV / HEPATITIS NEWS - Page 14

Hepatitis A Continues to Spread in the United States
Hepatitis A cases have been reported throughout at least nine different US states and the number of cases continue to rise.
New Technology Can Assist in Global Fight Against HIV & Hepatitis
Researchers from Nanjing Biopoint have made a breakthrough when it comes to fighting HIV through the development of a product that uses certain material when collecting blood samples that can separate the plasma from the rest of the blood, allowing the sample to be safely sent to a testing center.
Hepatitis & HIV-infected Hospitalized Patients at Higher Risk for Suicide Death
Researchers from the Copenhagen University Hospital of Denmark find that individuals who are hospitalized with infections have an increased risk of suicide ideation and death; individuals infected with hepatitis and HIV or AIDS have the highest risk of suicide-related death.
Virginia Department of Health Warns of Increased Hepatitis A Risk
The Virginia Department of Health has issued a warning stating that there is an increased risk of hepatitis A in the state of Virginia that may potentially link back to frozen strawberries sourced from Egypt.
VA Redesigns Approach to Treating All HCV-infected Veterans
With the assistance of funds granted by Congress, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) will extend new hepatitis C (HCV) treatment to all infected veterans within their healthcare system, of all stages of illness and regardless of whether or not the infection had been acquired during military service.
Hepatitis A infections on the Rise in Hawaii
A hepatitis A outbreak in Hawaii has reached more than 200 cases.
Rhode Island Responds to Increased Threat of Hepatitis C
In response to an increase of hepatitis C cases in Rhode Island that have resulted in hospitalizations and deaths, the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Rhode Island Public Health Institute have worked together to compose their first ever, comprehensive epidemiological report.
Ongoing Opioid Abuse in US Likely Culprit Behind HIV Clusters
Collateral damage from the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic in the United States continues to plague many rural communities across the country, with recent reports suggesting it is likely behind clusters of HIV cases in these areas.
 
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