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The HEP-CE (Hepatitis C Cost Effectiveness) model is a Monte-Carlo health state-transition model which simulates the spread and treatment of HCV in the United States. The model uses values and information derived from a variety of sources, including clinical data and relevant literature. HEP-CE is used to model the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of treatments, policies, and interventions aimed at controlling the HCV epidemic on a population-wide basis.
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