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HCV treatment in the post- transplant setting – developing niche markets for therapy
Patients who have active hepatitis C at the time of liver transplantation invariably become re-infected, with the subsequent risk of graft failure. The side effects of interferon (IFN)-based therapies are significant, hence the drive to develop new and effective therapies. Two recent studies have looked at the role of two different IFN-free regimes for the treatment of post-transplant patients infected with HCV. Find more Journal Watch articles onUEG Education.
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Björn’s Blog: Medical mishaps – "Mistakes happen...
...This is the reason why my Volvo has large rubber bumpers and why pencils have rubbers. Indeed, I, amongst many others, may have been born for this very reason. It has long been recognised that mistakes also happen when providing health care…"
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