EATG » Treating HCV in HIV-coinfection: still a therapeutic dilemma?

Treating HCV in HIV-coinfection: still a therapeutic dilemma?

All patients with HIV infection should be screened at least once for HCV. In patients with continued risk factors, such as injecting drug use or men who have sex with men, HCV screening should be repeated. Consequently, there are several treatment sensitivities that need to be taken into account when treating coinfected individuals.

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