Study: HCV class prompts faster treatment, better response

04/3/2013 | Healio

Patients in a primary care-based hepatitis C education program started antiviral therapy more quickly and faced better odds of achieving a sustained virologic response than those who did not get the intervention, according to research published in the journal Liver International. The class was facilitated by a nurse practitioner and covered symptoms, diagnosis, transmission and treatment.

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