Surveillance for newly acquired hepatitis C in Australia
Background: The purpose of the present paper was to determine recent patterns of hepatitis C virus (HCV) transmission in Australia through a national system of enhanced surveillance of newly acquired hepatitis C. Methods: Demographic, clinical, and risk behavior information on newly acquired hepatitis C cases from 1997 to 2000 was collected. Newly acquired hepatitis C included cases of HCV antibody seroconversion within a 12 month period and acute clinical hepatitis C cases. Results: Nine...[Show more]
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