DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2312-413x.8.1.2020.196165

Chronic viral hepatitis С. Effectiveness of antiviral therapy. The WHO methodical recommendations (literature review)

V.I. Trykhlib

Abstract


The article reviews the literature on the effectiveness of antiviral therapy in chronic viral hepatitis C. Data presented by World Health Organization recommendations for the algorithm for the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of viral hepatitis C.

Keywords


chronic viral hepatitis C; antiviral therapy; review

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