June 19, 2012
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Greetings:

This mid-month eblast contains the following important information and news items:

 

1. Easy C Factsheets (updated)

  • HCV Populations Series
  • Staying Healthy Series
  • Treatment Series

and more.....

 

2. Easy B Factsheets (updated)

  • General Information
  • Diagnostic Tools & Markers

 

3. Top 10 Downloads of the Month

 

4. HCV Training Workshops Schedule (updated)

 

5.  Top News (Blog) from the hepatitis blog includes: 

Boomers' hep C tests may torpedo insurance chances, experts say
June 19

HCV suppression reduces liver damage
June 19

HIV/hepatitis C co-infection increases risk of hip fracture
June 19

Arthritis therapy tied to liver injury cases
June 18

Scripps Research Scientists Show Lack of Single Protein Results in Persistent Viral Infection
June 17

Hepatitis C outbreaks elsewhere similar to NH's
June 17

More than 2 dozen blood samples botched in hep C probe
June 16

New hope for rising tide of boomers with hepatitis C
June 15

CytoPharm and Amarillo Biosciences Announce Positive HCV Study Results: Oral Interferon Found to Reverse Thrombocytopenia; Reduced Relapse Rate Seen in Patients with Mild Fibrosis
June 15

Drug diversion suspected in NH hepatitis C cases
June 13

Doctors in Europe and the US disagree over the pace of liver fibrosis in men co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C
June 13

1-800-GET-THIN clinics put patients at risk, lawsuit alleges
June 13

 

 

 

 and much, much more…..

 

 

 

Yours Truly,

CD

 

 

Alan Franciscus
Executive Director, Hepatitis C Support Project
Editor-in-Chief, HCV Advocate www.hcvadvocate.org
Editor-in-Chief, HBV Advocate www.hbvadvocate.org

 

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