Hepatitis C has virtually been eradicated in Ireland among people who have hemophilia.
All of the haemophiliacs who needed treatment for hepatitis C have now been offered it, with excellent success rates.
From the 1970s to 1991, 240 haemophiliacs were infected with hepatitis C by contaminated blood products, with 105 also infected with HIV. To date, 112 have died of either HIV or hepatitis C.
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