Our months-long series about hepatitis C, "At the Crossroads: The
Rise of Hepatitis C and the Fight to Stop It," has officially come to an
end. We had a great public forum ("Hepatitis C: Cost, Cure, and
Challenge") last night at Brown University, some key takeaways from
which I'll share, below.
The stories continue
first: the series may be over, but the stories of patients living with
this chronic disease, the stories of people in the depths of addiction,
putting themselves at risk of catching hepatitis C any time they share a
needle or drug paraphernalia, the stories of doctors and nurses and
public health workers and researchers on the front lines and in the
trenches, fighting this disease, all those stories continue. And I'll
keep you posted.
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