Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Supporting Viral Hepatitis elimination in Mongolia

Supporting Viral Hepatitis elimination in Mongolia

Mongolia has the world’s highest rate of liver cancer mortality; nearly eight times the global average. The prevalence of chronic viral hepatitis B, C, and D is at endemic level, and constitutes the main reason cause of Mongolia’s world-leading liver cancer mortality rate. To tackle this deadly crisis, the Onom... View Article

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Elimination of Viral Hepatitis in Chronic Kidney Disease patients: a call to action

Elimination of Viral Hepatitis in Chronic Kidney Disease patients: a call to action

We are honoured to announce that we have joined forces with the European Renal Association- European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA) to bring together expert Hepatologists and Nephrologists to eliminate viral hepatitis among patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Professor Michel Jadoul, who is jointly leading this initiative with Professor... View Article

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Viral Hepatitis Elimination

Viral hepatitis elimination program: taking the Micro-elimination path

Viral hepatitis elimination program: taking the Micro-elimination path

The micro-elimination of HCV is the complete reduction of HCV infection to zero in targeted populations (e.g. PLHIV, prisoners, haemophiliacs), settings (e.g. hospitals), or limited geographic areas (e.g. Iceland). Substantial steps toward micro-elimination have already been undertaken in most high-income countries, typically focused on those with advanced liver disease. Ireland,... View Article

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