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Blog: May 2013

Journal Club: Intravaginal practices and risk of bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis infection

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Brown JM, Hess KL, Brown S, Murphy C, Waldman AL, Hezareh M. Intravaginal practices and risk of bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis...

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Hepatitis C Community: connect, learn, change.

Who we are

The Pacific Hepatitis C Network (PHCN) exists to support the community-based response to hepatitis C in the province of British Columbia, the core of which...

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Categories: Program updates

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New Hepatitis C Resources for Providers and Clients!

New hepatitis C resources are available in British Columbia for both health care providers and patients. Designed to improve service delivery and to encourage engagement in care for those affected by hepatitis C, resource topics...

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Categories: Current practice

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Webinar Presentation: The resurgence of syphilis in British Columbia

The Pacific AIDS Network (PAN), in cooperation with the BC Centre for Disease Control, is hosting a 1 hour webinar on Thursday, May 16th from 1:00 - 2:00 PM. Please join us for this important presentation and discussion.

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The current status of the HCV epidemic in British Columbia and Canada

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Prevalence and incidence are two basic measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the Hepatitis C (HCV) epidemic. Prevalence is the total number of people living with chronic HCV infection...

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