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Hepatology Novel and Combination Therapies for Hepatitis C Virus, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease
Novel and Combination Therapies for Hepatitis C Virus, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease
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Dr. Pockros has created a clinically focused issue based on the CONO 2012 meeting, whereby he was able to have those presenters write articles for his issue. Therefore, the content for HCV in this issue reflects the most current knowledge. The issue is focused on basic/current information, current therapy and special populations, triple and quad combination therapies in development, and an article on second generation protease inhibitors. The reader can expect that this issue will provide thorough clinical reviews on the most current therapeutic options for HCV.
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