Many barriers to care exist for Caribbean immigrant communities in the United States. Here are my experiences with those barriers and potential strategies to overcome them.
Thorough analysis of barriers to screening, evaluation, and treatment of HBV in migrant populations and racial/ethnic minorities.
Downloadable slideset featuring a thorough analysis of the most challenging aspects of racial disparities in HBV care globally, and strategies to address barriers to HBV care.
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Comprehensive slideset highlighting data on HBV burden and racial disparities in Black and Asian populations, and solutions to address barriers to care.
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