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Published on 22.01.16 in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Computerized Tailored Interventions to Enhance Prevention and Screening for Hepatitis C Virus Among People Who Inject Drugs: Protocol for a Randomized Pilot Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4830):

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  1. Rossi C, Butt ZA, Wong S, Buxton JA, Islam N, Yu A, Darvishian M, Gilbert M, Wong J, Chapinal N, Binka M, Alvarez M, Tyndall MW, Krajden M, Janjua NZ. Hepatitis C virus reinfection after successful treatment with direct-acting antiviral therapy in a large population-based cohort. Journal of Hepatology 2018;69(5):1007
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  2. Rowe C, Santos G, Raymond HF, Coffin PO. Social mixing and correlates of injection frequency among opioid use partnerships. International Journal of Drug Policy 2017;41:80
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  3. Hochstatter KR, Hull SJ, Stockman LJ, Stephens LK, Olson-Streed HK, Ehlenbach WJ, Repplinger MD, Jacobs EA, Westergaard RP. Using database linkages to monitor the continuum of care for hepatitis C virus among syringe exchange clients: Experience from a pilot intervention. International Journal of Drug Policy 2017;42:22
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