Acceptability of hepatitis C virus testing methods among injecting drug users'

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Drug and Alcohol Review, 2008, 27 (6), pp. 666 - 670
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The acceptability of testing methods and procedures has implications for uptake of blood-borne virus screening in sentinel samples of injecting drug users (IDUs) likely to participate in surveillance. The aim of the current study was to determine the acceptability of three methods of hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing among injecting drug users (IDUs): oral fluid, capillary blood and venous blood sampling.
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