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New drugs work against the many strains of hepatitis C found in African countries

By John McLauchlan, Professor of Viral Hepatitis, University of Glasgow
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Direct-acting antivirals have mostly been used in countries with high incomes. These drugs would be effective against most hepatitis C strains. which are primarily low-income countries.


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