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There is growing evidence of the potential effectiveness of hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing in community pharmacies. Pharmacy screening could be effective at engaging individuals with a range of risk factors for HCV using dry-blood spot testing.

There is growing evidence that performing dry-blood spot testing for hepatitis C virus in community pharmacies is effective. Pharmacy screening could be effective at engaging individuals with a range of risk factors for HCV

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