‘Real and tragic consequences’: asylum seekers left untreated for hepatitis C

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June 13, 2018

The doctors who examined Wissam Jadiri when he came to Australia by boat in 2013 detected his elevated liver enzymes right away. But it took more than four years, countless flights and threats of a federal court case for the 41-year-old Feyli Kurdish asylum seeker to get treatment for hepatitis C…

Sydney Morning Herald, 13 June 2018

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