INHSU 2016

Holly Hagan of New York University presenting at INHSU 2016. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.comHolly Hagan of New York University presenting at INHSU 2016. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.com

INHSU 2016

INHSU opens with focus on HCV prevention & treatment for people who inject drugs.

Professor Andrea Cox of Johns Hopkins University presenting at INHSU 2016. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.comProfessor Andrea Cox of Johns Hopkins University presenting at INHSU 2016. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.com

HCV vaccine

Hepatitis C vaccine development shows progress but scientific barriers remain.

Photo of treatment prioritisation debate including Sharon Hutchinson, Anne Øvrehus, Peer Brehm Christensen, Graham Foster, and Martin Kåberg. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.comPhoto of treatment prioritisation debate including Sharon Hutchinson, Anne Øvrehus, Peer Brehm Christensen, Graham Foster, and Martin Kåberg. Photo by Liz Highleyman, hivandhepatitis.com

Treatment as prevention

HCV treatment is effective and may work as prevention for people who inject drugs.

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