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AIDS (London, England), ISSN 0269-9370, 2008, Volume 22, Issue 16, pp. 2143 - 2153
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Plos Medicine, ISSN 1549-1676, 2015, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp. e1001809 - e1001809
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by Boerekamps, A and Newsum, Astrid M and Smit, C and Arends, Joop and Richter, C and Reiss, Peter and Rijnders, Bart and Brinkman, K and Valk, Marc and Geerlings, Suzanne and Godfried, M.H and Goorhuis, Abraham and Hovius, Joppe and Meer, J. T M and Kuijpers, Taco W and Nellen, F. J B and Van Der Poll, D.T and Prins, Jan and Van Vugt, H.J.M and Wiersinga, W.J and Wit, Ferdinand and Van Duinen, M and Van Eden, J and Van Hes, A.M.H and Mutschelknauss, M and Nobel, H.E and Pijnappel, F.J.J and Weijsenfeld, A.M and Jurriaans, Suzanne and Back, Nicole and Zaaijer, Hans and Berkhout, Ben and Cornelissen, Marion and Schinkel, C.J and Wolthers, Katja and Van Den Berge, M and Stegeman, A and Baas, S and Hage De Looff, L and Wintermans, B and Veenemans, J and Pronk, Marjolijn and Ammerlaan, Heidi and De Munnik, E.S and Jansz, A.R and Tjhie, J and Wegdam, M.C.A and Deiman, B and Scharnhorst, V and Eeden, Arne and Brokking, W and Groot, Marieke and Elsenburg, L.J.M and Damen, M and Kwa, I.S and Kasteren, Marjo and Brouwer, A.E and Van Erve, R and De Kruijf-Van De Wiel, B.A.F.M and Keelan-Pfaf, S and Van Der Ven, B and Van Der Ven, B and Buiting, Anton and Kabel, P.J and Versteeg, D and Ende, Marchina and Bax, Hannelore and Gorp, Eric and Nouwen, Jan and Schurink, Carolina and Verbon, Annelies and Vriessluijs, Theodora and De Jong-Peltenburg, N.C and Bassant, N and Van Beek, J.E.A and Vriesde, M and van Zonneveld, Laura and Van Den Berg-Cameron, H.J and Groot, Jan Cees and De Zeeuw-De Man, M and Boucher, Charles and Koopmans, Marion and Kampen, Jeroen and Pas, Suzan and Branger, J and Rijkeboer-Mes, A and Duijf-Van De Ven, C.J.H.M and Schippers, E.F and Nieuwkoop, Cees and Van IJperen, J.M and Geilings, J and Van Der Hut, G and Burgel, Nathalie and Leyten, Eliane and Gelinck, Luc and Van Hartingsveld, A.Y and Meerkerk, C and Wildenbeest, G.S and Heikens, E and Groeneveld, P.H.P and ... and Netherlands ATHENA HIV Observation and NVHB-SHM Hepatitis Working Grp and NVHB-SHM Hepatitis Working Group and the Netherlands ATHENA HIV Observational Cohort
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 05/2018, Volume 66, Issue 9, pp. 1352 - 1359
markdownabstractBackground The Netherlands has provided unrestricted access to direct-acting antivirals (DAAs) since November 2015. We analyzed the nationwide... 
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