Hepatitis C Treatment by Primary Care Clinicians

August 2011
Internal Medicine Alert;Aug2011 Clinical Briefs in Primary, p16
The article reports on the formation of the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) program that allows primary care clinicians in the U.S. to receive case-based education aiming for the treatment of hepatitis C.


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