NASPGHAN Foundation: Hepatitis C in Children and Adolescents

This past month, I participated as a lecturer for the NASPGHAN Foundation’s educational campaign on Hepatitis C in Children and Adolescents. The slides highlight some tremendous advances and challenges in the field of viral hepatitis. I have copied some of the slides below (used with permission) and the full slide deck can be obtained via this link: Hepatitis C in Children and Adolescents

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Gilead is a corporate sponsor for these talks. (Disclosure: I have requested that the honorarium for these lectures to be directed back to the NASPGHAN Foundation.)

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