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New Hampshire at high-risk for uncontrolled HIV and Hepatitis C transmission due to IV Drug Use

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The State’s Public Health Division issued an alert to care providers describing a notable increase in HIV and Hepatitis C cases specifically in Hillsborough County. New diagnosis of HCV were only made provider reportable in 2016 but of all new diagnosis of HCV, 85% reported injecting drugs.

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