Rapid advances in the management of patients with hepatitis B virus (HBV) or hepatitis C virus (HCV) have occurred during the past several years with the availability of new treatment options and continued clinical research, making it possible for medical practitioners to improve outcomes for infected patients. With contemporary HCV treatment regimens, HCV elimination is now possible, but implementation of effective diagnostic and treatment strategies toward this goal requires awareness, knowledge, and the clinical acumen of medical care providers, making hepatitis CME and hepatitis CE extremely important. With expert-led educational initiatives, conference coverage, and case-based learning opportunities, medical practitioners can stay educated on current best practices and emerging strategies to manage patients with HBV and HCV.

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