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Prisoners Fight to Access Hepatitis C Treatment

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Hepatitis C treatment is notoriously difficult for incarcerated people to access, which leaves them vulnerable for serious health consequences and increases the likelihood for spread of the infection throughout the prison population. 

An article in The Nation can be found here.

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