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Concordance between self-reported hepatitis C virus infection status and dried blood spot result in a cohort of people who inject drugs

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Author: Gibbs, D., Larney, S., Grebely, J., Butler, K., Sutherland, R., Degenhardt, L., Kelly, G., Karlsson, A., Uporova, J., Bruno, R., Salom, C., Dietze, P., Lenton, S., Farrell, M. & Peacock, A

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This presentation was given by Daisy Gibbs at the Winter School Conference, 25-26 July 2019, Brisbane, Australia. In this presentation Daisy discussed findings from the 2018 Illicit Drug Reporting System with regard to factors associated with self-reported history of HCCV antibody and RNA testing, HCV treatment engagements, and completion, as well as socio-demographics and past six-month drug use and health service utilisation.