More Than 2.3M People Worldwide Infected With Both HIV, Hepatitis C, Study Shows

International Business Times: HIV, Hepatitis C News: More Than 2 Million People Infected With Both Viruses, Study Finds
“More than 2.3 million people internationally are infected with both HIV and hepatitis C, according to estimates from a study released Tuesday at the University of Bristol and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. The study, which was the first to look at the simultaneous infection of HIV and hepatitis C, was published in the online journal The Lancet Infectious Diseases and sponsored by the World Health Organization…” (Salo, 3/8).

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