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    Decision-Making in HIV/HCV Co-infection

    Co-infection; Hepatitis C; HIV; Liver Cancer |
    Decision Making Tool |
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    Page 1 of this resource provides facts about HIV/HCV coinfection, advice regarding pre-treatment assessment including assessment of liver fibrosis and the need to review ARV therapy and other medications. It also offers advice on when to consider specialist referral. Page 2 provides details on treatment of HCV and on-treatment and post-treatment monitoring in HIV/HCV coinfection.

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