Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a serious and often-silent liver infection. It is transmitted when an infected person's blood enters a healthy person's bloodstream.

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What to Know About Hepatitis C Screenings—And Who Should Get One
Most people don't show symptoms, which makes testing extra important.
Should All Pregnant Women Get Tested for Hepatitis C?
Guideline groups are at odds over testing every expectant mom.
The 5 Types of Viral Hepatitis, Explained
Get to know A, B, C, D, and E—and how to protect yourself from each.
How Do You Get Hepatitis C? Here's What You Need to Know
Though this liver-damaging virus doesn't spread easily, the consequences of catching it can be severe.
12 Hepatitis C Symptoms Everyone Should Know About
Few people develop noticeable symptoms of this often slowly progressing liver disease. Those who do might display theses signs.

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