Epidemiology of the hepatitis C virus - Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report No. 3

This report of the epidemiology of Hepatitis C Virus summarises the state of knowledge to the end of 1998. The report is based upon extensive literature reviews and the compilation of a research register that identifies Australian studies. This is the third report in the Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report series.

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Epidemiology of the Hepatitis C Virus: (Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report Series No 3)

Endorsed by the Communicable Diseases Network Australia New Zealand
Published by Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care
May 1999


Synopsis

Epidemiology of the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), endorsed by the Communicable Diseases Network Australia New Zealand, is the third report in the Communicable Diseases Intelligence report series.

This report of the epidemiology of HCV summarises the state of knowledge to the end of 1998. The report is based upon extensive literature reviews of the world medical literature and the compilation of a research register that identifies Australian studies completed or in progress and the ideas which researchers and practitioners involved in HCV have identified as areas where information is deficient.



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