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HCV spreading from prisons

State prison systems release more than 75,000 people with HCV into the general population every year and prisons are failing to provide HCV treatment to at least 144,000 inmates living with the virus, according to a recent study by Columbia University as reported in Hepmag.com:

https://www.hepmag.com/article/us-prisons-failing-treat-97-percent-inmates-hepatitis-c?utm_source=phplist773&utm_medium=email&utm_content=HTML&utm_campaign=U.S.+Prisons+Fail+to+Treat+Inmates+With+Hep+C+
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