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Co-infections

Identification and optimisation of evidence-based HCV prevention in Europe for young drug users at risk

by
Heike Zurhold and Christiane Schmidt

This report is a qualitative synthesis of the current evidence for the effectiveness of different interventions, which aim to prevent HCV transmission among IDUs.

Tags: People who use drugs (PUD), Youth, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Harm reduction, Co-infections, Prevention
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Management of hepatitis B and HIV coinfection

by
WHO Regional Office for Europe

The updated version of the WHO clinical protocol is built on new evidence in the area of HBV/HIV treatment and the global WHO 2010 recommendations for a public health approach 'Antiretroviral therapy for HIV
infection in adults and adolescents'.

Tags: Health care professionals, NGOs, Policy makers, WHO European region, Co-infections, Epidemiology, Treatment
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Report on the hepatitis C (HCV) and its treatment situation in Latvia

by
Society "Association HIV.LV"

The given report comes as the result of the project „Hepatitis C: Hesitation is Dangerous!”, accomplished in 2011 by the Society „Association HIV.LV”, with the financial support of the Foundation „Open Society Institute”. The report should not be viewed as a professional research; its aims were...

Tags: General public, NGOs, Health care professionals, Eastern Europe, Advocacy, Epidemiology, Co-infections
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BORDERNETwork Stocktaking Report: Country-specific Medical Conditions in Diagnostic and Treatment of HIV and Hepatitis B/C Co-infections

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Dr.med. Wolfgang Güthoff, Alexander Leffers, M.A.

The survey was conducted between September and December 2010 by AIDS-Hilfe Potsdam e.V. (AHP) in the frame of the EU-funded project BORDERNETwork, Work Package 7: Referral, management, treatment and care of HIV/STIs and co-infections. In cooperation with Robert Koch Institute (RKI), instruments...

Tags: Health care professionals, Policy makers, People living with HIV (PLHIV), WHO European region, Treatment, Co-infections, Universal access
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