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Mary Cannon

Mary Cannon is consultant hepatologist at King’s College Hospital, London, UK.

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  • Twinrix vaccine for Hepatitis A and B

    Hepatitis A infection: symptoms and managementSubscription

    23 OCT 2019

    Pharmacists must understand how hepatitis A is spread and how it affects patients in order to ensure prompt, effective treatment and to reduce the spread of the infection.

  • Electron micrograph of Hepatitis E viruses (HEV)

    Hepatitis E virus infection: signs, symptoms and managementSubscription

    23 OCT 2018

    Frequency of hepatitis E infection is increasing in developed nations, and further research is needed to help develop effective treatment strategies for patients with both acute and chronic infections. 

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