Q&A With Jeffrey Lazarus From the University of Copenhagen: Developments from the World Health Organization's Global Report On Hepatitis C and HIV


As hepatitis C becomes a more treatable disease the World Health Organization is increasing its efforts to treat people who are also infected with HIV as well as hepatitis C.

Jeffrey Lazarus, MD, University of Copenhagen, shares his insights about the imminent goals of the world plan of the WHO's Collaborating Centre specifically for viral Hepatitis and HIV research set up for the regional offices for Europe.

Lazarus spoke about these efforts during the European Association for the Study of the Liver's 50th Annual International Liver Congress in Vienna.

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