Tag Archives: Among

Australian experience shows high DAA uptake and rapid fall in rates of HCV viraemia among people who inject drugs

Providing hepatitis C virus (HCV) therapy with direct-acting antivirals (DAAs) to people who inject drugs can achieve rapid reductions in community prevalence of viraemia, according to Australian research published in the Journal of Hepatology. Uptake of HCV treatment increased from 10% to 41% after unrestricted access to DAAs was rolled out in March 2016, and the… Read More »

Poor Health Outcomes Associated With Fear of Crime, Violence Among College Students of Color

November 21, 2018 This article originally appeared here. Share this content: College students of color report an increased fear of crime and violence on college campuses. College students of color have reported an increased fear of crime and violence, which has been linked to negative long-term physical and mental health outcomes. Research was presented at… Read More »