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Hepatitis Categories: Research

Hidden Casualties
OHAIDP & OWH funded the National Academies to explore how the opioid epidemic is changing the epidemiology of HIV, hepatitis, & other infectious diseases.
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New HHS/AHRQ analysis examines trends in the number and rate of hepatitis C-related inpatient hospital stays, underscoring increasing healthcare burden.
Perinatal transmission is the leading cause of childhood HCV infection. According to CDC, maternal HCV infections nearly doubled from 2009 to 2014, and the number of infants born to women who are infected with HCV also increased.
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Over 12,000 public health professionals attended APHA's 2017 Annual Meeting. The meeting highlighted the importance of viral hepatitis to the public’s health.
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Clinician Consultation Center provides hepatitis C patient management consultation services on HCV treatment and co-morbidities such as HIV or substance use.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs reported major progress on Hepatitis C using new strategies to ensure that veterans are screened, linked to care, and cured.
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OHAIDP, along with the OWH, are funding a one-and-a-half-day workshop in early 2018 to address the consequences of the opioid epidemic on the spread of infectious disease
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Public comments on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force draft research plan for hepatitis C virus infection in adolescents and adults due October 18, 2017
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A new NIDA funding opportunity, HIV/HCV Co-Infections in Substance Abusers, aims to support clinical and epidemiological research on prevention and treatment.
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New FOA for research to improve understanding of the causes of high priority diseases in the United States – including hepatitis C – and reducing/eliminating health disparities


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