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Monique Foster, MD, MPH, EIS officer, Division of Viral Hepatitis, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, explains why it’s important for individuals to know that they are infected with hepatitis C, although they may be asymptomatic.
A recent study from US researchers suggests that liver disease severity and treatment costs for people with hepatitis C (HCV) vary depending on a patient's genotype.
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