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Publisher Correction to Hepatology, Medicine and Policy: Articles with DOIs 10.1186/s41124-017-0024-1, 10.1186/s41124-017-0025-0, 10.1186/s41124-017-0026-z and 10.1186/s41124-017-0027-y

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The metadata in the HTML format of the below original articles [1, 2, 3, 4] were published with an incorrect cover date. The correct cover date is December 2017. The metadata of the original articles have been corrected. This does not alter the text of the original articles.

The publisher apologizes for this processing error.

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    Maistat L, Kravchenko N, Reddy A. Hepatitis C in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: a survey of epidemiology, treatment access and civil society activity in eleven countries. Hepatol Med Policy. 2017;2(1):9.  https://doi.org/10.1186/s41124-017-0026-z.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Choudhuri G, Ojha R, Negi TS, Gupta V, Saxena S, Choudhuri A, Pal S, Choudhuri J, Sangam A. A school-based intervention of screening a movie to increase hepatitis B vaccination levels among students in Uttar Pradesh, India: impact on knowledge, awareness, attitudes and vaccination levels. Hepatol Med Policy. 2017;2(1):10.  https://doi.org/10.1186/s41124-017-0027-y.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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