viral hepatitis

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A stringent method should be adopted to address the 'silent killer' of viral hepatitis, he said.
Professor Hellard said: "I agreed to chair the WISH viral hepatitis forum because the vision and mission of WISH strongly aligns with what I believe is currently required from the global healthcare community.
Develop a compendium of tools in line with the Global health sector strategy on viral hepatitis, to assist in making country programme reviews.
USA], Nov 3 ( ANI ): Viral hepatitis is a global health problem.
Prof Bikharam while addressing the participants said viral hepatitis is one of the leading cause of death globally, accounting for 1.
Lim cautioned in an interview, "The public health infrastructure [in place] to address viral hepatitis has been woefully inadequate.
As BBC News explains, there are five different forms of viral hepatitis, known as A, B, C, D, E.
Viral hepatitis is a major public health issue worldwide and an important cause of morbidity and mortality.
In most of the acute hepatocellular diseases such as acute viral hepatitis and infectious mononucleosis, the De Ritis ratio is [less than or equal to] 1.
Today, only 1 in 20 people with viral hepatitis know they have it.
Sweden, July 29 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) encourages countries to act now to reduce deaths from viral hepatitis.
LAHORE -- 400 million people worldwide are affected by viral hepatitis infection- over 10 times the number of people infected with HIV.
MENAHRA also supports the first-ever Global Health Sector Strategy on Viral Hepatitis 2016 - 2021 which was adopted by the World Health Assembly in in May 2016.
KUWAIT, July 27 (KUNA) -- The Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday the use of a new immunity medicine for patients suffering from viral hepatitis with a 99 percent favorable response to treatment.
Scheduled activities include lay forums, free consultation and viral hepatitis screening.
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