Michigan Studies Hepatitis C Problem In Prisons

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http://www.lsj.com/news/local/031001hepc_1a-4a.html Michigan corrections and health officials are developing ways to fight hepatitis C in the state's 42 prisons. The Lansing State Journal says an internal work group will study how to expand testing and treatment for the potentially fatal virus. "We see this as an issue that's not going to go away, and we need to develop some long-term strategies for how we want to address it," state epidemiologist Matthew Boulton said. The group's formation . . .

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