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Changing Demographics-at-risk in California: Millennials and Hepatitis C

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California’s Department of Public Health is reporting that HCV infection is skyrocketing among millennials or people aged 20 to 29. A 55 percent increase among men and a 37 percent increase among women was found to have occurred over the last decade in the Golden State. This changing demographic calls for a major shift in California’s HCV screening policies and outreach programs.

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