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Dr Siamak Tonekaboni - avatar Dr Siamak Tonekaboni

Viral Hepatitis in Europe, an overview

People with chronic Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and/or Hepatitis C virus (HCV) are at risk of serious liver disease such...

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Dr Siamak Tonekaboni - avatar Dr Siamak Tonekaboni

Viral Hepatitis in Europe, an overview

People with chronic Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and/or Hepatitis C virus (HCV) are at risk of serious liver disease such...

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Hepatitis C infection in Children. Professor Manal El Sayed

Summary: The pediatric and adolescent population is often overlooked in surveys and the burden of disease is essentially unknown particularly...

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All you need to know about HCV diagnosis. Professor Francesco Negro

Summary: Most recent and up to date review on HCV diagnosis by Professor Francesco Negro from University Hospital of Geneva...

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HIV Monologues. Saina Behnejad

Summary: Nominated Best Ensemble for Off West End Awards. A great play about HIV stigma and real-life relationships.

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World Hepatitis Summit November 2017

Summary: The World Hepatitis Summit is a public policy three day event bringing together a global audience of civil society...

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Dr Siamak Tonekaboni (PhD)  - avatar Dr Siamak Tonekaboni (PhD)

AASLD 2016 summary abstract

Short review on most exciting advances in viral hepatitis diagnosis extracted from abstracts submitted to forthcoming AASLD event. The most prominent...

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Dr Siamak Tonekaboni (PhD) & Saina Behnejad - avatar Dr Siamak Tonekaboni (PhD) & Saina Behnejad

Treatment Action Group (TAG): an interview with Tracy Swan

A personal perspective on how Treatment Action Groups (TAG) help improve access to life saving drugs for Hepatitis C positive...

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Professor Peter Karayiannis - avatar Professor Peter Karayiannis

HEPATITIS E VIRUS

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) causes self-limiting acute icteric hepatitis and has epidemiological and clinical characteristics similar to those of hepatitis...

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Professor George KK Lau et. al. - avatar Professor George KK Lau et. al.

Response Guided Therapy Leads to Complete Cure

Response-guided therapy leads to complete cure after three weeks of all-oral triple-direct acting antiviral regimens in non-cirrhotic chronic hepatitis C...

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