Natalya Mamonova

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Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a leading cause of liver related morbidity and mortality. In many countries, there is a lack of comprehensive epidemiological data that are crucial in implementing disease control measures as new treatment options become available. Published literature, unpublished data and expert consensus were used to determine(More)
The post-Soviet land reforms that allowed private ownership of land in Russia and Ukraine, and the recent rise in global interest for land resources have made the fertile land of these countries an object for investment and a cause of disputes among land investors, peasants, and government. In similar circumstances in other agricultural countries, social(More)
The hepatitis C virus (HCV) epidemic was forecasted through 2030 for 15 countries, and the relative impact of two scenarios was considered: (i) increased treatment efficacy while holding the treated population constant and (ii) increased treatment efficacy and increased annual treated population. Increasing levels of diagnosis and treatment, in combination(More)
Morbidity and mortality attributable to chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection are increasing in many countries as the infected population ages. Models were developed for 15 countries to quantify and characterize the viremic population, as well as estimate the number of new infections and HCV related deaths from 2013 to 2030. Expert consensus was used to(More)
The article provides the current epidemiological characteristics of viral hepatitis B and C and the existing problems of registering parenteral viral hepatitides in Russia. It justifies the need for introducing a uniform federal registry of patients with viral hepatitis B and C and shows prospects for its introduction.
AIM Studies of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype and subtype structure in patients with chronic hepatitis C in 3 regions of the Central federal district of Russia. MATERIALS AND METHODS Hepatitis C virus genotype and subtype structure was determined in patients with chronic HCV infection in Moscow (1993 - 1995 and 2005), Moscow region (2008) and Vladimir(More)
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