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Implementing a Comprehensive HCV Clinic within an HIV Clinic: A Model of Care for HCV Micro-elimination.

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Summary of "Implementing a Comprehensive HCV Clinic within an HIV Clinic: A Model of Care for HCV Micro-elimination."

Among the 1.2 M persons living with HIV in the United States, 25% are co- infected with HCV. The availability of effective direct antiviral agents (DAAs) makes the goal of HCV elimination feasible, but implementation requires improvements to the HCV treatment cascade, especially linkage to and initiation of treatment in underserved populations.

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Name: Open forum infectious diseases
ISSN: 2328-8957
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