A Festschrift in honour of Professor Michael Charles Kew

Table of Contents


Mike Kew: A physician-scientist, teacher and role model extraordinaire with an enduring influence on excellence and mentorship in medicine PDF
N Ntusi 2-3


Introduction PDF
J E J Krige 3
Michael Charles Kew: A chronicle of his career PDF
J H Hoofnagle 4-5
Professor Mike Kew and the Royal Free Hospital PDF
M Pinzani 6


Tributes from senior academics from the University of the Witwatersrand PDF
T H Bothwell 7-9
Tributes from the Gastroenterology Foundation of South Africa PDF
C Kassianides 10-12


Towards the elimination of hepatitis B and hepatocellular carcinoma PDF
C W Spearman 13-16
Molecular characteristics and clinical relevance of African genotypes and subgenotypes of hepatitis B virus PDF
A Kramvis 17-21
Current and future directions for the management of hepatitis B PDF
G Dusheiko 22-30
The global elimination of hepatitis C? PDF
M W Sonderup 31-34
Hepatocellular carcinoma: Epidemiology, pathogenesis and surveillance – implications for sub-Saharan Africa PDF
K Zakharia, C A Luther, H Alsabbak, L R Roberts 35-40
Molecular and cellular oncogenic mechanisms in hepatocellular carcinoma PDF
M Setshedi, M Andersson, M M Kgatle, L Roberts 41-46
Prevention of hepatocellular carcinoma with antiviral therapy PDF
AM Di Bisceglie 47-50
Hepatocellular carcinoma in sub-Saharan Africa – the way forward PDF
E Jonas 51