Advancing Patient Care: Integrating New Data

@article{Wright2006AdvancingPC,
  title={Advancing Patient Care: Integrating New Data},
  author={Teresa Lyn Wright and Canan Avunduk and Jules L. Dienstag and James W. Freston and I M for the New Paradigm of HCV Therapy Meeting Part Jacobson and H. Juergen Nord and Morris Sherman},
  journal={The American Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2006},
  volume={101},
  pages={S32-S39}
}
Physicians involved in the management of patients with chronic hepatitis B infection are frequently faced with complex clinical issues concerning the diagnosis, investigation, and treatment of patients. Guidelines exist within the literature that help with decision making; however, in practice individual nuances are often encountered necessitating decisions that go beyond the current guidelines. Following presentation of the available data, a panel of expert hepatologists and… CONTINUE READING

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