Commentary on “Prevalence of HCV Infection in Adults with Congenital Heart Disease and Treatment with Direct Antiviral Agents”
AbstractAdvances in heart surgery in the past 50 years have provided a high level of survival in children born with congenital heart defects. The estimated number of adults living with repaired, unrepaired, or as-yet-unrecognized congenital heart defects exceeds 1.4 million.1
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