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HEPATITIS C PROGRAM


Monthly Pubmed Review

Monthly Pubmed Review of the Most Relevant Research on Hepatitis C
Literature Review, October 2014

CLINICAL TRIALS, COHORT STUDIES, PILOT STUDIES

BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE, PRE-CLINICAL STUDIES

HIV/HCV COINFECTION

COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE

EPIDEMIOLOGY, DIAGNOSTICS, AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS

Interactions between virus-related factors and post-transplant ascites in patients with hepatitis C and no cirrhosis: role of cryoglobulinemia.

Sofosbuvir and Ribavirin Prevent Recurrence of HCV Infection after Liver Transplantation: An Open-Label Study.

Dysfunctional CD8+ T cells in hepatitis B and C are characterized by a lack of antigen-specific T-bet induction.

Procoagulant versus anticoagulant factors in cirrhotic patients.

Benefits of hepatitis C virus treatment: A balance of preventing onward transmission and re-infection.

Analysis of the evolution and structure of a complex intra-host viral population in chronic Hepatitis C mapped by ultra-deep pyrosequencing.

Gender Influences on Hepatitis C Incidence Among Street Youth in a Canadian Setting.

Uptake of hepatitis C specialist services and treatment following diagnosis by dried blood spot in Scotland.

Opioid substitution therapy protects against hepatitis C virus acquisition in people who inject drugs: the HITS-c study.

Safety Profile of Boceprevir and Telaprevir in Chronic Hepatitis C: Real-World Experience From HCV-TARGET.

Predictors of poor mental and physical health status among patients with chronic hepatitis C infection: The chronic hepatitis cohort study (CHeCS).

Trends in mortality after diagnosis of hepatitis C virus infection: an international comparison and implications for monitoring the population impact of treatment.

Covert Hepatic Encephalopathy Is Independently Associated With Poor Survival and Increased Risk of Hospitalization.

Hepatitis C in African Americans.

Prescription opioid misuse and its relation to injection drug use and hepatitis C virus infection: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Comparison of hepatitis C virus testing strategies: birth cohort versus elevated alanine aminotransferase levels.

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