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Hepatitis C virus infection in children: How do we prevent it and how do we treat it?
- Anuli Nwaohiri, S. Schillie, M. Bulterys, A. Kourtis
- MedicineExpert review of anti-infective therapy
- 21 August 2018
If these agents are shown to be safe during pregnancy and effective in preventing transmission to the infant, screening of pregnant women and antenatal treatment of those infected, could pave the way for eliminating pediatric HCV infection- particularly as these drugs become less costly and more accessible.
Rapid Scale-up of an Antiretroviral Therapy Program Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic — Nine States, Nigeria, March 31, 2019–September 30, 2020
The ART Surge program resulted in 208,202 more HIV-infected persons receiving PEPFAR-supported ART despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and the weekly number of newly identified persons with HIV infection who initiated ART increased approximately eightfold.
Expanding access to HIV services during the COVID-19 pandemic—Nigeria, 2020
A rapid and flexible HIV program response, focused on reducing facility-based interactions while ensuring delivery of lifesaving ART, was critical in overcoming COVID-19-related service disruptions to expand access to HIV services in Nigeria during the first eight months of the pandemic.
Towards elimination of hepatitis C virus infection in children.
Discordance between self-reported contraceptive use and detection of exogenous hormones among Malawian women enrolling in a randomized clinical trial.
POPULATION COVERAGE OF MATERNAL, NEWBORN AND CHILD HEALTH INTERVENTIONS: THE IMPACT OF DONOR FINANCING, COVERAGE CHANGE METRICS AND PREDICTORS OF MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICE UTILIZATION
- Anuli Nwaohiri
- 26 January 2014
This paper aims to provide a chronology of the events leading up to and including the publication of this book and some of the key events that led to its publication.