Hepatitis C has a cure, but how do we find those who need it? Patrick Strudwick reports on one attempt to identify some of the estimated 100,000 undiagnosed people in the UK.
A young woman – jeans and boots and wild hair – is sitting in a cubicle in the Accident and Emergency department of the Royal London Hospital as a junior doctor swishes back the curtain.
"I'm just going to take some blood," says Dr Emma Wallis.
"Just one?" asks the patient, spying the paraphernalia.
Labels: Cure, Personal Stories, undiagnosed population