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4 Conclusion
Pages 135-138

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... . The United States has an opportunity and a responsibility to be part of the global action against hepatitis B and C
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... . Competition from other products has brought the price down, but curing a chronically infected HCV patient in the United States still costs between $54,000 and $168,000 (Bickerstaff, 2015; Loria, 2016)
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... It is also possible that limitations in disease surveillance, screening, treatment, vaccination, and research are all consequences of a more basic problem. Viral hepatitis is not a public priority in the United States.
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... 2015. Cost-effectiveness and budget impact of hepatitis V virus treatment with sofosbuvir and ledipasvir in the United States.

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