HCV is now diagnosed in millennials at about the same rate as in baby boomers; CDC responds with a recommendation for HCV screening in all adults aged ≥18 years.
Patients who received an HCV-positive liver for transplantation and were later treated performed as well in recovery as those who did not, a recent study suggests.
Rates of STIs among persons aged ≥60 years are increasing faster than among the general population. Can you speculate as to why?
Point of care HCV testing offers the promise of more widespread testing and more effective linkage to care. Find out what you know--and need to know.
Sexually transmitted disease spread, emerging organisms, antimicrobial resistance, and other ID topics from 2019 make up this Patient Care final challenge.
Millennials have quickly become the population predominantly affected by the HCV epidemic. A new study shines startling light.
Combined cases of 3 sexually transmitted diseases reached an all-time high in the US in 2018. Which 3? It's a test of your STD IQ.
Antibiotic treatment for H. pylori is in trouble; antibiotic-resistant E. coli may not be caused by food. Plus more important research ICYMI, at-a-glance.
A mobile compendium of hepatology assessment tools, an app to help select the right treatment regimen, and 3 more liver apps for primary care.
When is liver transplant curative? What is the best management option for esophageal varices? And, is hepatorenal failure to blame here? Test your hepatic management know-how.