Oluwatomilade Fatunde

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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment is rapidly changing but little is known about patients' attitudes and knowledge about HCV. This study used a cross-sectional survey to examine the relationship between HCV knowledge and attitudes towards HCV in patients with HCV mono-infection and HIV/HCV co-infection. Subsequently, an education intervention was developed(More)
Appointment-keeping behavior is an important requisite for HCV linkage and treatment initiation. In this study we examine what impact hepatitis C (HCV) knowledge and attitudes has on appointment-keeping behavior among a cohort of HCV and HCV/HIV patients. Knowledge scores and attitude scales, obtained from a cross-sectional survey, were correlated with(More)
Lymphocyte subpopulations in human cord blood have been examined using monoclonal antibodies, visualized with immunogold. The proportions of T11, T4, T8, and B1 cells in cord blood are very similar to values in adult peripheral blood. Some evidence of lymphocyte immaturity in cord blood is suggested by the presence of 12% CALLA-positive cells and the sum of(More)
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