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Corrections 2003
An Economic Assessment of Pre-vaccination Screening for Hepatitis A and B
Source: Public Health Reports, Nov-Dec 2003, Vol. 118(6):550-558
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A Review of the Case for Hepatitis B Vaccination of High-Risk Adults
Source: The American Journal of Medicine, March 2003, Vol. 114(4):316-8
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Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C in a State Correctional Facility
Source: Annals of Internal Medicine, February 2003, Vol. 138(3):187-190
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Prison-Based Syringe Exchange Programmes: A Review of International Research and Development
Source: Addiction, February 2003, Vol. 98(2):153-8\
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Hepatitis A and B Vaccines
Source: MMWR, January 24, 2003, Vol. 52(RR01):34-6
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Prevalence of Hepatitis C Virus Infection and Risk Factors in an Incarcerated Juvenile Population: A Pilot Study
Source: Pediatrics, January 2003, Vol 111(1):153-7
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Corrections 2002
Cost-Effectiveness of Hepatitis B Vaccination of Prison Inmates
Source: Vaccine, December 13, 2002, Vol. 21(3-4):312-321
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Hepatitis B Vaccination: How to Reach Risk Groups
Source: Vaccine, November 22, 2002, Vol. 21(1-2):1-4
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Achievements in Public Health: Hepatitis B Vaccination--United States, 1982-2002
Source: MMWR, June 28, 2002, Vol. 51(25):549-552,563
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Incidence and Risk Factors for Acute Hepatitis B in the United States, 1982-1998: Implications for Vaccination Programs
Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases, March 15, 2002, Vol. 185:713-719
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Hepatitis B Vaccination in Prisons
Authors: Awofeso N
Source: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2002, Vol. 80:569-574
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Corrections 2001-1998
Prevelance of Antibodies to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV and Risk Factors in Entrants to Irish Prisons: A National Cross Sectional Study
Source: British Medical Journal, November 24, 2001, Vol. 323(7323):1209-13
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Correctional Officers' Intention of Accepting or Refusing to Make HIV Preventive Tools Accessible to Inmates
Source: AIDS Education and Prevention, October 2001, Vol. 13(5):462-473
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Hepatitis B Outbreak in a State Correctional Facility, 2000
Source: MMWR, June 29, 2001, Vol. 50(25):529-532
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Women Behind Bars: Health Needs of Inmates in a County Jail
Source: Public Health Reports, May-June 2001, Vol. 116(3):191-6
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Hepatitis B Vaccination Practices in State and Federal Prisons
Source: Public Health Report, May-June 2001, Vol. 116(3):203-209
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Acute Hepatitis C Infection in an Australian Prison Inmate: Tattooing as a Possible Transmission Route
Source: Medical Journal of Australia, February 19, 2001, Vol. 174(4):183-4
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Hepatitis C and the Correctional Population
Source: American Journal of Medicine, December 27, 1999, Vol. 107(6B):100S-103S
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Hepatitis B and C in the Context of HIV Disease: Implications for Incarcerated Populations
Source: The AIDS Reader, October 1999, Vol. 9(7):481-491
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Prevalence and Correlates of Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Inmates Entering the California Correctional System
Source: Western Journal of Medicine, March 1999, Vol. 170(3):156-160\
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Hepatitis C in State Correctional Facilities
Source: Preventive Medicine, January 1999, Vol. 28(1):92-100
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Hepatitis B Vaccination of Adolescent and Adult High-Risk Groups in the United States
Source: Vaccine, November 1998, Vol. 16, Supplement:S27-29
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