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Non-invasive testing in new DoH (Department of Health) HCV (hepatitis C virus) protocol

This article was originally published in Clinica

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The UK Department of Health is developing a protocol for diagnosing cirrhosis using only non-invasive tests or existing biopsy data, in potential cases of hepatitis C infection associated with contaminated NHS blood transfusion products. The initiative is part of a UK-wide scheme announced today to compensate ex gratia all eligible cases, based on a programme launched in Scotland in January 2003.

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