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Vaccination against Hepatitis B should be 100% in Delhi: Jain

Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain today stressed on administering Hepatitis B vaccination to "everyone" to prevent the spread of the deadly disease and said that missing even a single person could negatively affect efforts to eradicate it. "It ... Business Standard, 13 hours ago

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VA Dentist Who Potentially Infected Hundreds With HIV, Hepatitis Has Resigned

A dentist who worked at a VA hospital in Wisconsin and is accused of infecting possibly hundreds of patients with HIV or hepatitis has resigned. The dentist hasn't been identified. Victoria Brahm, the acting medical director at the Tomah ...
 Epoch Times8 hours ago Tomah VA hospital dentist resigned after exposing veterans to Hepatitis C, HIV  French Tribune1 day ago Hundreds of Veterans Potentially Exposed to HIV, Hepatitis  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago A Dentist At A VA Hospital May Have Infected Hundreds Of Veterans With HIV  Dime Magazine2 days ago

Hepatitis C drugs may activate hepatitis B

Drugs against one type of hepatitis may activate another, sometimes with fatal consequences, Europe's medicines watchdog warned on Friday. The medicines, which are highly effective against hepatitis C, may trigger latent hepatitis B in patients ...
 Nigeria Punch15 hours ago Drug For One Hepatitis Type May Activate Another: Watchdog  NDTV2 days ago Hepatitis C Treatment Unaffected in People Who Use Drugs  Med India2 months ago

U.S. dentist faces proceedings as patients possibly exposed to hepatitis, HIV

A dentist at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center in the mid-west U.S. state of Wisconsin is facing administrative proceedings for violating regulations and possibly exposing patients to diseases like AIDS, local media reported. A review board ... hours ago

VA dentist resigns after possibly infecting 600 veterans with HIV and hepatitis

TOMAH, Wis., Dec. 3 (UPI) -- An unidentified Department of Veterans Affairs dentist in Wisconsin resigned after possibly exposing hundreds of patients to HIV and hepatitis B and C. Officials at Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center announced ...
 UPI1 day ago
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Nearly 600 VA dental patients may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis

Nearly 600 dental patients at a Wisconsin Veterans Affairs medical center may have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis B and C, CNN reported Friday. A dentist at the Tomah VA Medical Center violated VA rules by reusing old medical equipment instead ...
 The Hill1 day ago VA dentist possibly exposed hundreds to HIV, hepatitis  WorldNetDaily1 day ago Hundreds of VA dental patients possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis  1070wapi.com2 days ago Hundreds of VA patients possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis  CNN1 day ago
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Jalandhar private hospitals to provide Hepatitis-B vaccine free of cost

The vaccines of Hepatitis-B will be available free of cost for newborns in the private hospitals under-immunisation programme after getting the supply from the government on their request. These vaccines are already given to newborns without any ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago

PRAC: Hep B Reactivation Risk With Direct-Acting Antivirals

The European Medicines Agency's (EMA's) Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) has confirmed the risk for hepatitis B virus (HBV) reactivation when direct-acting antiviral drugs are used for treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV) ...
 Diabetes Care2 days ago BRIEF-EMA says patients treated with direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C may be at risk of hepatitis B re-activation  Reuters UK2 days ago News and press releases: PRAC warns of risk of hepatitis B re-activation with direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C  European Medicines Agency2 days ago EMA warns some hepatitis C drugs could lead to re-activation of hepatitis B  FirstWord Pharma2 days ago
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Virginia health official warns of hepatitis C tidal wave

RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia's top health official is warning that the state soon be dealing with skyrocketing rates of hepatitis C and HIV due to the ongoing opioid epidemic. The Richmond Times-Dispatch ( ) reports state health ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Information Update - Direct-acting antivirals, used for hepatitis C, may reactivate hepatitis B  TickerTech.com3 days ago New single-tablet option for hepatitis C days ago Role of primary T‐cell immunodeficiency and hepatitis B coinfection on spontaneous clearance of hepatitis C: The BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort  Bionity.com3 days ago
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VA may have infected 600 veterans with HIV and Hepatitis

Nearly 600 veterans could have been infected with HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C at a Veterans Affairs facility in Tomah, Wis. because a dentist didn't properly clean his instruments . The Tomah VA is investigating the dentist, who has not been ...
 Miami Herald3 days ago Tomah VA urging hundreds of veteran dental patients to get screened for HIV, hepatitis  International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition2 days ago VA Dentist put almost 600 veterans at risk of HIV, hepatitis  Digital Journal2 days ago Nearly 600 Veterans at Wisconsin VA Hospital May Have Been Infected with Hepatitis, HIV  Breitbart.com3 days ago
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