Pragmatic barriers for delay in access to HCV testing services: Perspective of People With Injecting Drugs and living with HIV (2017)

October 5, 2020 5:24 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Hepatitis C (HCV) is emerging as a major public health problem and its co-infection with HIV is on the rise especially in People With Injecting Drugs (PWID). Barriers for delay in accessing services for HCV care may lead to disease progression and impact the society in the form of loss of productive workforce. A qualitative research was undertaken to explore the barriers for delay in testing for HCV amongst PWIDs Authors: Varada Madge, Rishi Garg.

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