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Special issue of statistical methods in medical research on: hepatitis c virus and injection drug use

Bird, S.M. (2009) Special issue of statistical methods in medical research on: hepatitis c virus and injection drug use. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 18 (3). pp. 231-232. ISSN 0962-2802

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Abstract

This editorial introduces the special issue of Statistical Methods in Medical Research on: hepatitis C virus and injection drug use which looks at the statistical and public health challenges presented by the dual epidemics of hepatitis C and injection drug use.