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New: Public Health Matters Blog - The Anatomy of an HIV Outbreak Response in a Rural Community

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June 08, 2015
In a small, rural town in Southern Indiana, a public health crisis emerges. In a community that normally sees fewer than five new HIV diagnoses a year, more than a hundred new cases are diagnosed and almost all are coinfected with hepatitis C virus (HCV). Learn more about how this outbreak was discovered and what caused this widespread transmission in the latest Public Health Matters post.
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