Hepatitis C elimination by 2030 in Malaysia: an achievable goal?

Author List
Rosmawati Mohamed
Fatiha Shabaruddin
Amirah Azzeri et al.

Abstract

The World Health Organization (WHO) aims to achieve global hepatitis C elimination by 2030, defined as diagnosis of 90% of infected individuals and treatment initiation of 80% of eligible individuals. Most lower- and middle-income countries face multifaceted challenges within their respective healthcare systems to achieve these targets, ranging from underequipped healthcare infrastructure to funding constraints.

Article Category

Hepatitis C (HCV)

Article Type

Letter

Posted Date

22-10-2019

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