Chronic hepatitis C: early intervention.

Abstract

Chronic hepatitis C infection is the most common liver disease in the United States; it accounts for up to 12,000 deaths annually and is the most common referral for liver transplantation. Recognition of acute infection is desirable because treatment may prevent chronicity. Interferon remains the primary treatment, but new agents and combinations are being… (More)

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