'The Liver Meeting 2013', the 64th annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), took place in Washington DC, USA, 1st-5th November 2013.

Conference highlights

Testing for hepatitis C

Need for expansion of hepatitis C screening among veterans, 'baby-boom' generation and pregnant women highlighted.

Interferon-free regimens

AbbVie’s two-drug, interferon-free combination cures genotype 1b hepatitis C infection in 95%.

Interferon-free regimens

BMS interferon-free combination cures over 90% of genotype 1 hepatitis C in 12 weeks.


aidsmap news from AASLD 2013

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