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1. World Health Organisation: http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs164/en/
2. About hepatitis C: Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus that predominantly infects the cells of the liver. This can result in inflammation and significant damage to the liver. It can also affect the liver's ability to perform its essential functions. Although it has always been regarded as a liver disease - 'hepatitis' means 'inflammation of the liver' - recent research has shown that the hepatitis C virus (HCV) affects a number of other areas of the body. These can include the digestive system, the lymphatic system, the immune system and the brain. Source: The Hepatitis Trust - http://www.hepctrust.org.uk/Hepatitis_C_Info/About+Hepatitis+C/About+Hepatitis+C
3. Paper: 'Hepatitis C Virus Treatment for Prevention Among People Who Inject Drugs: Modeling Treatment Scale-Up in the Age of Direct-Acting Antivirals' by Natasha K Martin, Peter Vickerman, Jason Grebely, Margaret hellard, Sharon J Hutchinson, Viviane D Lima, Graham R Foster, John F Dillon, David J Goldberg, Gregory J Dore and Matthew Hickman is published in Hepatology.
Draft online paper (ahead of print) available to download: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hep.26431/pdf
UK: Scottish HCV Action plan; NIHR postdoctoral research training fellowship; MRC New Investigator Award G0801627; NIHR SPHR; MRC Addiction Cluster; UKCRC DeCipher
Australia: NHMRC Career Development Fellowship, Project Grant & Practitioner Research Fellowship.
US: National Institute on Drug Abuse Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar Award.
University of Bristol
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