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Hepatitis A, B, C vaccination and prevention


Hepatitis is generally an infection that has an impact on the liver. The different types of hepatitis are Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E. Each of these viruses is diverse. Hepatitis leads to liver inflammation and might be severe or even critical. A number of safe and efficacious vaccines are available that are known to prevent hepatitis A and B (but not for type C). Also, a combination vaccine is available that guards against hepatitis A and B. Hepatitis A virus infection is transient and spreads via oro-fecal route. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) can be transitory or long-lasting and spreads via the parenteral route.

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Comments | Posted in Health News Disease Hepatitis C By Editorial Team

Hepatitis C, a contagious, viral infection causes liver inflammation. Sometimes it also causes serious damage to the liver. This blood-borne disease is caused by the Hepatitis C virus, and it is very common in the U.S.; with around 3.9 million people affected by this disease. Let us find out more about this disease.

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