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Black patients with chronic hepatitis C have a lower sustained viral response rate than non-Blacks with genotype 1, but the same with genotypes 2/3, and this is not explained by more frequent dose reductions of interferon and ribavirin*
Article first published online: 17 NOV 2005
Journal of Viral Hepatitis
Volume 13, Issue 4, pages 242–249, April 2006
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Bräu, N., Bini, E. J., Currie, S., Shen, H., Schmidt, W. N., King, P. D., Ho, S. B., Cheung, R. C., Hu, K.-Q., Anand, B. S., Simon, F. R., Aytaman, A., Johnson, D. P., Awad, J. A., Ahmad, J., Mendenhall, C. L., Pedrosa, M. C., Moseley, R. H., Hagedorn, C. H., Waters, B., Chang, K.-M., Morgan, T. R., Rossi, S. J., Jeffers, L. J., Wright, T. L. and The VA-HCV-001 Study Group (2006), Black patients with chronic hepatitis C have a lower sustained viral response rate than non-Blacks with genotype 1, but the same with genotypes 2/3, and this is not explained by more frequent dose reductions of interferon and ribavirin. Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 13: 242–249. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2893.2005.00682.x
- Issue published online: 17 NOV 2005
- Article first published online: 17 NOV 2005
- Received January 2005, accepted for publication April 2005
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