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Category: Health Care

Read a blog post about an OIG scam that targets thousands of Americans.
The OIG hotline phone number for reporting fraud —1-800-HHS-TIPS (1-800-447-8477) was spoofed.
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Fraud | Health Care
Read a blog post about Catherine’s fight against cancer, and her participation in a new cancer study funded by the National Cancer Institute.
I hope my participation in a pilot study will help scientists better understand how African-Americans like me develop cancer.
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Health Care | Research
Read a blog post about how diversity and inclusion are fueling success at the HHS Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
Diversity and inclusion efforts to recruit and maintain a diverse workforce is essential to OIG’s mission to safeguard HHS programs and protect patients.
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Fraud | Health Care
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diversity
Read a blog post about the Springboard Beyond Cancer tool from the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society.
Springboard Beyond Cancer helps empower cancer survivors to play a key role in managing their own health.
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cancer
Read a blog post about programs in Indian Country that are helping Native Americans better manage their diabetes.
The progress in reducing kidney failure among Native Americans has happened since the IHS began using team-based approaches to diabetes and kidney care.
Headshot of doctors Wang and Gish
Offers a description of HBV reactivation that can occur alongside DAA treatment for HCV; discusses the new FDA black box warning for individuals starting DAA treatment for HCV; provide action steps for both patients and providers, in order to help prevent HBV reactivation and the negative health outcomes associated with it.
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Health Care
Prevention and Wellness
Public Health and Safety
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With increased Congressional funding, the Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to treat all veterans with chronic hepatitis C infection enrolled in VA.
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Health Care
Public Health and Safety
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Hepatitis C
FDA
FDA warning about risk of hepatitis B becoming an active infection in any patient who has had HBV and is treated with certain medicines for hepatitis C
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Health Care
Public Health and Safety
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Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
Public Health Reports
The May/June 2016 Public Health Reports Supplement includes reports from the CDC’s HepTLC Initiative and a guest editorial from Dr. John Ward.
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Health Care
Prevention and Wellness
CDC
Watch the upcoming Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Hepatitis C Diagnostic Summit live
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Health Care
Prevention and Wellness
Public Health and Safety
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Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C

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