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5/24 Coalition Meeting

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The first full meeting of EndHepCMA occurred on 5/24 at Tufts University School of Medicine. We had 56 people in attendance: 22 voting members, 7 non-voting members, 11 advisory members, and 16 nonmembers. Please contact rbaker@vpi.org for meeting notes and … Continue reading

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MMWR HCV Incidence and State Policy

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A new report released in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report of the CDC reveals a comparatively high incidence of HCV in Massachusetts, and assesses public policy barriers to treatment and prevention strategies.

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May Meeting

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The EndHepCMA Coalition will be meeting on Wednesday May 24 from 1-4PM in the Sackler Auditorium of Tufts University Medical School! Please contact Richard Baker for more details at rbaker@vpi.org!

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Baby Boomers

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Why are Baby Boomers more likely to be living with chronic HCV than other generations? A new study suggests it isn’t predominantly linked to behavioral factors as initially thought.

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HCSP Guide

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HCV Advocate, a leading Hep C Blog, has released a 2017 guide to understanding Hepatitis C in 2017! Check it out here.

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