New publication in Lancet Gastro Hep: "Hepatitis C in pregnancy and the TiP-HepC registry"

New publication in Lancet Gastro Hep: "Hepatitis C in pregnancy and the TiP-HepC registry"

On June 15th, the Coalition for Global Hepatitis Elimination and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a correspondence in the journal, Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, titled "Hepatitis C in pregnancy and the TiP-HepC registry." This piece explains why additional information on the safety of hepatitis C treatment in pregnancy is needed and how the Coalition is working with CDC to launch a case registry (TiP-HepC) to address this evidence gap.

Read the full correspondence here: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langas/article/PIIS2468-1253(22)00168-6/fulltext

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Contribute data to TiP-HepC registry

The TiP-HepC registry is collecting retrospective data on the outcomes of mother– infant pairs exposed to DAAs during pregnancy in routine clinical practice will be solicited and collected from participating clinical providers, health-care facilities, HCV treatment programmes, and other clinical practices worldwide.