What Can Public Health Professionals Do to Help Reduce Viral Hepatitis-Related Liver Cancer?

September 28, 2021
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Here are some essential interventions public health professionals can implement that will address the burden of viral hepatitis, as presented in the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine’s “A National Strategy for the Elimination of Hepatitis B and C: Phase Two Report.”

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