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  1. Incarceration history and risk of HIV and hepatitis C virus acquisition among people who inject drugs: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Jack Stone et al., Lancet Infect Dis (2018)


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  2. The Effect of Female Sex on Hepatitis C Incidence Among People Who Inject Drugs: Results from the International Multicohort InC3 Collaborative Aryan Esmaeili et al, Clinical Infectious Diseases (2018)

    Women who inject drugs are at greater risk of acquiring hepatitis C (HCV) infection, independent of other factors such as risk behaviors or demographic characteristics. Researchers reviewed data from the InC3 Collaborative, which combines data from 10 dif ...

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  3. Increases in Hepatitis C Virus Infection Related to Injection Drug Use Among Persons Aged <30 Years – Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia, 2006-2012, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2015)


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  4. HIV and Tuberculosis- A Deadly Human Syndemic, Candice K. Kwan and Joel D. Ernst, Clinical Microbiology Reviews (2011)

    Of the 33.4 million people living with HIV in 2008, nearly a third were estimated to have latent or active tuberculosis (TB); of the 9.4 million cases of TB, an estimated 15% were coinfected with HIV. This journal article reviews the current knowledge of ...

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  5. The HIV-Associated Tuberculosis Epidemic – When Will We Act?, Anthony D. Harries et al., The Lancet (2010)

    This journal article argues for a more aggressive approach to the HIV-associated tuberculosis (TB) epidemic, namely the implementation of the 3Is policy (intensified TB case finding, infection control, and isoniazid preventive therapy) combined with earli ...

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  6. Incidence of Hepatitis-C Among HIV Infected Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) Attending a Sexual Health Service: a Cohort Study, Deepa G. Gamage et. al., BMC Infectious Diseases, (2011).

    This Australian study looked at the incidence of hepatitis C infection (HCV) among HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM). In doing so, the study hoped to find evidence of whether or not HCV can only be transferred via drug injection or if it is pos ...

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