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Number of hepatologists in US

I remember seeing a post in the last few months that had the stats for number of hepatologists in each state.  As hard as I have searched, however, I can't find it.  Does anyone remember where that was?
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Is this the one ? If not it's chock full of resources ...

Interactive Hepatitis C Referral Resource Maps
Resources identified on each map include:
Community Health Centers (from HRSA)
Liver Disease Specialists (from American College of Gastroenterolgy, 2011 Provider List)
Hepatitis C Support Groups (from HCV Advocate)
Viral  Hepatitis Coordinators (from CDC)

http://www.help4hep.org/

and their state maps :

http://www.healthpro-solutions.org/maps/mapsmain.htm

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We are still working on those sites to get them totally up to date. The post Stormy is talking about was mine. But you can find the information about the number of hep docs in each state here:

http://www.ucomparehealthcare.com/drs/hepatologists/
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