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Hepatitis Testing Day: Increased Testing Can Save Lives
On Hepatitis Testing Day, healthcare providers and the public work together to promote awareness and encourage those at risk to get tested.
WHO Provides Update on Ebola Virus Cases in Africa
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released more information on the cases of Ebola virus infection recently discovered in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
HCV-Infected Kidneys May Change Organ Transplant Medicine
Researchers may have found a way to broaden the US kidney transplant supply list.
New Hepatitis C Infections Reach 15-Year High
The CDC released new preliminary surveillance data showing that over five years, the number of new hepatitis C infections has nearly tripled in number.
New Ebola Virus Case Confirmed in Africa
The World Health Organization has just confirmed a case of Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Vaccine-preventable Diseases in The Dental Arena
There are several diseases that pose a high risk in the dental healthcare setting; a review article highlights ones that are preventable by immunization.
Public Health News Watch Wednesday: Report for May 10, 2017
This week’s Public Health News Watch focuses on news that the new American Healthcare Act (AHCA), recently approved by the House, reportedly will not cover those with preexisting conditions.
Risks Associated With Direct-Acting Antivirals—Smoke or Fire?
Should clinicians be extra vigilant when deciding who receives antiviral therapy, or are the adverse effects few and infrequent?
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