Hepatitis C: The liver’s enemy

Hepatitis C is a type of viral infection that causes
inflammation to the liver. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is spread through blood
that is contaminated. It is most commonly spread via shared needles or other
tools that inject drugs. HCV can be short term, but for about 70-85% of people,
it becomes a chronic long-term condition. There is currently not a vaccine to
prevent Hepatitis C. Fortunately, today, HCV has become curable. The trouble is
that many people don’t even know they have HCV as it can take decades to
develop and show no symptoms. The population at the highest risk for
contraction includes anyone who was …read more


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