Individuals who use or inject medicine must be vaccinated towards hepatitis A, and individuals who inject medicine must be vaccinated towards hepatitis B. Individuals who inject medicine must be examined for hepatitis B and hepatitis C.
CDC and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) advocate that individuals who use medicine (PWUD) and individuals who inject medicine (PWID) get vaccinated towards hepatitis A and that PWID get vaccinated towards hepatitis B. Due to larger charges of an infection amongst this inhabitants, CDC additionally recommends testing anybody who has injected medicine for hepatitis B. CDC now recommends one-time hepatitis C testing of all adults (individuals 18 years and older). CDC continues to advocate that folks with danger elements, together with individuals who inject medicine, be examined often.