Mass, Lawrence D.
March 1999
New York;03/29/99, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p20
Reports on the concerns by physician Douglas Dieterich regarding the American medical sector's weak response to the rising incidence of hepatitis C and hepatitis-related liver disease cases. Downplaying of the magnitude of the threat posed by hepatitis; Rates of mortality due to hepatitis; Increase in the number of liver transplants due to hepatitis C; Testing issues; Sexual transmission of the disease.


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