IDWeek 2021: Young people who inject drugs can be cured of hepatitis C virus infection, according to 2 new studies.
The American College of Physicians urges clinicians to make sure adult patients, especially the most vulnerable, are protected against preventable diseases as COVID spreads and flu is imminent.
Prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis is increasing and early detection is critical. Brush up on basics with our slides.
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.
All adults starting at age 18 should be screened for hepatitis C, according to newly released recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force.
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.