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Despite Increased Risk Factors and Soaring Cases of New Infections, Screening for Hepatitis C is Still Low Among Injection Drug Users

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A new report from Kaiser Health News discusses the continued lag in hepatitis C testing among people who use drugs, despite injection drug use being directly correlated to soaring rates of new infections. 


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Hep C And Drug Abuse Often Go Hand In Hand, But Screening For Infection Lags

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