Triple testing for HIV, HBV, HCV at once would help identify more cases across populations

WHO’s triple testing campaign should be expanded across populations and not just to the three groups WHO listed to be most at risk, according to a study.
“This study was prompted by the vast differences in HIV and hepatitis B and hepatitis C diagnoses and treatment,” Natasha Beard, BSc, medical student at the Imperial College London, told Healio. “Whilst 85% of people living with HIV have been diagnosed, only 10.5% of people living with hepatitis B and 21% of people living with hepatitis C have received diagnoses. Similarly, 75% of people living with HIV are receiving

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