This paper provides an overview of the interactions between hepatitis C (HCV) and the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and covers aspects concerning the management of co-infected persons with hemophilia.
Discusses the relative merits of the alternative methods of conception that are available to HIV-infected hemophilic men and their partners.
This paper chronicles the initial spread of HIV and subsequent AIDS epidemic in the hemophilia population, from the perspective of epidemiologist Dr. Bruce Evatt, who was instrumental in identifying HIV as a blood-borne disease.
In this monograph, the author offers his perspective on the risk of infection from recombinant and plasma-derived products.
This resource has also been translated into the following languages, with permission from the WFH, by NMOs: Russian A multifaceted approach that includes safety measures at every stage of production is needed to minimize the risk of viral transmission by coagulation factor replacement products.