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April 2019

  • News from The International Liver Congress, Vienna
  • Hepatitis C elimination by 2030 in doubt as countries fail to scale up diagnosis and treatment
  • 30 million screened for hepatitis C in four months in Egypt
  • Same-day diagnosis and treatment initiation for viral hepatitis
  • Hepatitis B cure strategy launched
  • Experimental hepatitis B drug produces deep and rapid decline in HBV DNA
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and NASH
  • NAFLD in people living with HIV
  • Simplified monitoring and highly effective treatment for hepatitis C
  • Tenofovir and liver cancer in HBV
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March 2019

  • Hepatitis C drops among HIV-positive London gay men after direct-acting antiviral scale-up
  • HCV reinfection in people who inject drugs a sign of a successful treatment programme, say researchers
  • US Department of Veterans Affairs on track to cure 100,000 of hepatitis C
  • Hepatitis C treatment reduces risk of diabetes
  • Hepatitis C treatment safe and effective in pregnant women, pilot study shows
  • Hepatitis B virus raises the risk of age-related macular degeneration
  • EndHep2030 call for proposals
  • World Hepatitis Alliance appoints new CEO and President
  • Next month: News from The International Liver Congress
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February 2019

  • DAA treatment reduces the risk of death and liver cancer in France
  • Experimental therapy improves liver health in people with fatty liver disease
  • Immunotherapy combinations show promise for liver cancer
  • Generic treatment and hepatitis C elimination in Egypt
  • Hepatitis C cure does not improve long-term glucose control
  • Tackling HIV and hepatitis C in Europe: towards minimum standards
  • Improving the uptake of hepatitis C care in people who inject drugs
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January 2019

  • Lancet Commission recommends actions to support elimination of hepatitis C
  • HCV modelling study
  • HIV/HCV co-infection and end-stage liver disease
  • Survival after liver cancer diagnosis is shorter in people living with HIV
  • Conditional cash transfers to encourage hepatitis C diagnosis and treatment in people who inject drugs
  • Barriers to HCV treatment in people who inject drugs
  • TAF for hepatitis B
  • AbbVie legal challenge in UK tender exercise dismissed
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