Study suggests HCV surveillance systems might underestimate prevalence

08/7/2013 | Healio

New York State Health Department researchers reported that a discrepancy between state registries and rates of hepatitis C seroprevalence could indicate problems with surveillance systems nationwide. "Surveillance systems may not capture cases because of undiagnosed infection, diagnoses that are not reported by providers or insufficient follow-up of reported information to establish infection status," researchers said.

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