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Blog: October 2019

Progress on the hepatitis C virus care cascade in BC, and gaps to reaching the 2030 elimination targets

Background

Globally, death and illness from hepatitis C are increasing despite new medications, which are called Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs), that cure over 95% of people treated. The World Health...

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Complete this survey to help create a directory of BC hepatitis C treatment providers

The Hepatitis Services team at the BC Centre for Disease Control invites those who provide (or work at a clinic that provides) hepatitis C treatment in British Columbia (BC) to participate in a short survey.

The survey will be...

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Ocular syphilis in British Columbia – Re-emergence of an old disease

Background

Infectious syphilis rates in British Columbia (BC) are the highest they’ve been in 30 years from 2018 data [1]. Males account for the majority...

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