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June 2, 2023


This figure is a graphic that shows the progress of a public health program aimed at hepatitis C diagnosis and treatment among American Indian and Alaskan Native people. 

Evaluation of the Cherokee Nation Hepatitis C Virus Elimination Program — Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma, 2015–2020

Five years after implementing a hepatitis C elimination program, Cherokee Nation Health Services diagnosed 1,423 people with hepatitis C. Among the 61% of people who initiated treatment, 99% of those who completed treatment were cured.


The figure is a bar chart showing the percentage of adults aged ≥18 years who have been bothered a lot by headache or migraine in the past 3 months, by sex and age group, according to the 2021 National Health Interview Survey.

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