Helicobacter pylori infection is associated with a higher risk for type 2 diabetes developing.
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The availability of organs that are positive for HCV can potentially decrease the length of time on organ transplantation waitlists.
Patients co-infected with HIV and HCV may have better outcomes with direct-acting antiviral agents than patients with HCV mono-infection.
Introduction of the oral rotovirus vaccine in Australia was associated with a decline in the incidence of type 1 diabetes.
Sofosbuvir-velpatasvir administered for 12 weeks is efficacious and safe for Asian patients with chronic HCV.
It is vital to consider the antibiotic exposures of “bystander” pathogens, in addition to the target organism, and consequences on antibiotic resistance.
Meningococcal vaccine antigens may generate an immune response that recognizes gonococcal proteins.
Significant gaps exist between CDC recommendations to improve antibiotic use and antibiotic practices in neonates.
The prevalence of anogenital warts has decreased, with significant declines observed in specific populations.