Hepatitis C Treatment by Cernescu, Ruta, Gheorghe, Iacob, Popescu, Wanless

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Hepatitis C Treatment

Publisher: Flying Publisher
ISBN/ASIN: 3942687046
ISBN-13: 9783942687041
Number of pages: 113

Chronic hepatitis C is associated with substantial morbidity. This guide presents alternative treatment options to improve the results of current therapies. It demonstrates why doing nothing for non-responders is not an option and what resources are needed to get better outcomes in their management.

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