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STRIVING TOWARDS THE ELIMINATION OF HCV INFECTION

02-03 February 2018

Berlin, Germany
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  • Epidemiology
  • Strategies for improved HCV testing and diagnosis
  • Management of acute and chronic HCV infection
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  • HCV treatment and treatment failures
  • The means to reach the WHO targets for HCV elimination
  • The challenge of post-SVR management
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