[Ip-health] TREAT Asia/amfAR, APN+ and ANPUD releases fact sheet on 2014 WHO hepatitis C guidelines.
bobby.kh at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 23:59:38 PDT 2014
Thanks Giten, Anand and the team for the valuable information. This will
definitely help many of us.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 7:39 AM, Giten Khwairakpam <
giten.khwairakpam at treatasia.org> wrote:
> Dear friends and colleagues,
> As a part of our efforts to increase awareness of and treatment access for
> hepatitis C and HIV co-infection, TREAT Asia/amfAR, the Asia Pacific
> Network of people living with HIV/AIDS (APN+) and the Asian Network of
> People who Use Drugs (ANPUD), are pleased to share a fact sheet based on
> the recent WHO Guidelines for the Screening, Care, and Treatment of Persons
> with Hepatitis C Infection, 2014
> The fact sheet provides a brief, simplified summary of key recommendations
> from the guidelines, and is targeted towards community advocates and
> organizations working in support of HIV and hepatitis C programs, and
> people who use drugs within the Asia-Pacific region.
> For further information, please contact Giten Khwairakpam, project manager
> for community and policy at TREAT Asia/amfAR, at
> giten.khwairakpam at treatasia.org<mailto:giten.khwairakpam at treatasia.org>
> or +66 2 6637561 (Thailand).
> Giten. Khwairakpam
> Project Manager, Community and Policy
> TREAT Asia/amfAR - The Foundation for AIDS Research
> 388 Sukhumvit Road, Suite 2104
> Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
> t. +66 2 663 7561
> f. +66 2 663 7562
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