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Volume 15, Number 11—November 2009

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Hepatitis C Seroprevalence and Associated Risk Factors, Anyang, China

Fangfang Liu1, Ke Chen1, Zhonghu He, Tao Ning, Yaqi Pan, Hong CaiComments to Author , and Yang Ke

Author affiliations: Ministry of Education Key Laboratory, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (F. Liu, K. Chen, T. Ning, Y. Pan, H. Cai, Y. Ke); Peking University School of Oncology, Beijing (F. Liu, K. Chen, T. Ning, Y. Pan, H. Cai, Y. Ke); Beijing Cancer Hospital and Institute, Beijing (F. Liu, K. Chen, T. Ning, Y. Pan, H. Cai, Y. Ke); Peking University School of Public Health, Beijing (Z. He)

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A) Map of eastern China showing the location of Anyang (red dot). B) Villages (red dots) targeted in the 2006–2008 hepatitis C virus prevalence study.

Figure. A) Map of eastern China showing the location of Anyang (red dot). B) Villages (red dots) targeted in the 2006–2008 hepatitis C virus prevalence study.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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