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Hepatitis C prevalence and incidence are on the rise, both nationally and in Vermont. This project aims to assess the feasibility and potential benefit of implementing routine prenatal Hepatitis C screening, as opposed to screening only patients who fall within the high exposure risk category. Routine prenatal screening is a simple and cost effective means of increasing the early detection and treatment of Hepatitis C.
Stowe Family Practice
Vermont, Hepatitis C, Clinical Practice Guidelines, Screening Test, Liver Disease
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Medical Education | Primary Care | Virus Diseases
Morrison, Althea L., "Recommendation for Routine Prenatal Screening for Hepatitis C" (2018). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 321.