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Author Topic: Real-World Hepatitis C Cure Rates Are Excellent in Europeans With HIV  (Read 3658 times)

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According to real-world data about a diverse population of Europeans living with HIV and hepatitis C virus who were treated for HCV with direct-acting antivirals (DAAs), this population stands an excellent chance of curing hep C, aidsmap reports.

Researchers from the EuroSIDA collaboration conducted a prospective study of 632 HIV-positive adults who started DAA treatment for HCV between June 2014 and March 2017.



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