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Hepatitis Web Study

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From the Seattle STD/HIV Prevention Training Center and the University of Washington. This excellent site provides interactive, case-based modules related to the clinical care of persons with Viral Hepatitis A, B, and C. Easy to access!

The Global Fund to Fight TB, HIV and Malaria

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The Global Fund was created to finance a dramatic turn-around in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. These diseases kill over 6 million people each year, and the numbers are growing.

Update: Prevention of Hepatitis A After Exposure to Hepatitis A Virus and in International Travelers. Updated Recommendations of

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MMWR October 19, 2007 / 56(41);1080-1084 (See separate resource listing and link for Q&A about these new recommendations.

Viral Hepatitis and HIV

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The NASTAD Viral Hepatitis Program has been funded by CDC to develop a comprehensive model for coordination between HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis programs.

Another Success for Hepatitis A Vaccine

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An editorial by Carol J. Baker, M.D. from The New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 357:1757-1759, October 25, 2007, Number 17.

April 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

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The focus for the month of April is Hepatitis C. The following links are included below: 1. Screening for Hepatitis C: A Common Sense Approach 2. Hepatitis C in New Mexico: A Public Health Approach to a "Silent" Epidemic 3. A Guide to Understanding Hepatitis C/Guia para Comprender la Hepatitis C 4. Combatting HCV Fatigue 5. Cost Estimates for Hepatitis Tests

April 2006 Heptalk Listserv Archive

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1. An Overview of Drinking Water Quality and Water and Sanitation-Related Disease. 2. Agua que hay microbios: Una guia para el cuidado del agua e higiene en el hogar. 3. Una vida sana empieza si hay comida con limpieza: Una guia para el cuidado e higine de los almientos en el hogar. 4. Excerpts from Waterborne Illnesses CME/CE, Sussan K. Sutphen, MD, MEd

August 2005 HepTalk Listserv Archive

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We began in July with information about substance abuse among migrant workers. The current edition is Harm Reduction Strategies for HCV Substance Abusers. Potential substance abuse treatment sites and resources for migrants will follow in September.

August 2006 Heptalk Listserv Archive

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The topic of this resource is Liver Cancer and Hep B and C. We present two articles in full and three abstracts on the issues.

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