Special management challenges in hepatitis C

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Infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) often coexists with other conditions and patient factors that complicate its management. Infection with HIV is a particularly widespread and vexing comorbidity of HCV infection, since HIV facilitates HCV transmission and renders HCV more opportunistic. This review provides a practical overview of major comorbidities and patient factors that require special management considerations in patients with HCV infection.


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