HCV patients may develop retinopathy - News
HCV patients may develop retinopathy
Thu, 04 Jan 2007 09:20 PM EST
... Patients with chronic hepatitis C, or HCV, treated with Interferon are at risk of developing retinopathy, as a U.S. study. ...
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