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The racial breakdown is as follows:. There has been little demographic change among gastroenterologists in the last decade. There have been small improvements to increase the diversity among gastroenterology fellowship programs in recent years, but the report cites more work needs to be done.
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Cheung's past research utilized the duck animal model to study the mechanism of viral neutralization of hepatitis B virus at the molecular level. In collaboration with basic scientists, he is interested in using molecular biology approaches to study clinical samples from chronic hepatitis C patients and investigate the host-virus interaction. The ultimate goal is to understand the pathogenesis of HCV and mechanism of anti-viral therapy.
Hepatitis C — commonly referred to as hep C — is a contagious, blood-borne, viral infection that causes inflammation of the liver. The condition can be mild to severe and last for a few weeks, or it may become chronic. Acute hepatitis C is a short-term infection that develops within six months of exposure.