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The cost of a hepatitis B vaccine has risen by 30% to about $7,000 (£4,500), and the cost of an MRT-3M vaccine has gone up by 80%.
It is the latest indication of how difficult it will be for governments to contain the outbreak.
Some healthcare providers are taking the crisis more seriously than others.
Dr Peter Grieve, a senior lecturer in medicine at the University of Leeds, said the cost increases were a worrying sign of the strain on healthcare systems in Australia.
He said the costs of hepatitis C treatments were often more than the average costs of the drugs themselves.
“If we look at the price of the hepatitis C drugs alone, the price increases in the last two years are comparable to those in the US,” Dr Grieve said.
“We’ve seen prices rise on some drugs.
But Dr Grie said the increased costs were unlikely to be the reason for patients to stay home. “
The costs are higher in Australia, where there are fewer resources and the government has taken a much more cautious approach than in the UK, where they’ve been very aggressive.”
But Dr Grie said the increased costs were unlikely to be the reason for patients to stay home.
He added that the price increase would likely be caused by the increase in the number of doses of the new vaccines.
The cost increases are a worrying indication of the strains on healthcare providers in Australia: Dr Peter Greaves, lecturer in healthcare economics at the Australian National University (ANU).
Dr Grief said hepatitis C infections were “on the rise” in Australia and that the rise in prices was likely to be due to a shortage of treatment.
“When you have a large number of people coming to hospital, the costs become very high and people will feel they have to take a higher price than they otherwise would,” Dr Greaves said.
Dr Gains said there was a “lack of investment” in healthcare facilities and that “people have become increasingly fearful about going to the doctor”.
“The cost of treatment is increasing, particularly when there are so many new drugs on the market, and there is also the increased cost of people who are in need of treatment,” he said.
The rise in hepatitis B vaccination rates came just as the Government announced it would increase the amount people who would be required to have the Hepatitis B vaccine and the Hepatocellular Adenocarcinoma Vaccine (HCV-4).
It has been revealed that almost half of Australians will now have the vaccine in the next six months, and the Government said the increase would make it easier to get the vaccine.
“This decision was taken to give the health services a clearer signal to patients, and to reassure those who need a vaccine,” Health Minister Jill Hennessy said in a statement.
“It is the first time in Australia that a vaccine has been so widely available and the vaccine will be available at no extra cost to all Australians.”
The Government is also raising the cost for the MRT and the Tumor Vaccine, and has also launched a new Hepatopoietic Vaccine Program, which will be rolled out over two years.
The new hepatitis B vaccines are expected to be available in 2018.
The Government said it was working closely with the pharmaceutical industry to address the shortage.
“Pharmaceutical companies are working closely to ensure that they are in place to meet this demand and are working with the Australian Government and other stakeholders to deliver on their commitment,” a spokesperson for the Department of Health said.
However, the Department said the government would work closely with all health systems to ensure the supply of the vaccines was available.
What you need to know about hepatitis B: The virus is spread by sharing needles and is generally considered less dangerous than other forms of the disease.
If you have hepatitis B, it may be difficult to detect if you or anyone close to you have symptoms.
Hepatococcal C can also cause liver and kidney damage, and can also lead to liver failure.
The disease can be caused when there is a leaky gut and inflammation of the liver.
However the majority of cases occur when people get infected through contaminated blood or stool.
The vaccine will help protect against the Hep B virus.