What Is Hepatitis C?
Hepatitis C, sometimes referred to as Hep C, is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver. It can cause serious liver damage, liver failure, liver cancer, and death. If you or someone you know is experiencing the following symptoms, please see a doctor and get tested immediately.
1. Difference Between Acute And Chronic Hepatitis
Acute Hepatitis C is a short-term viral infection that in many cases may cause no symptoms at all. In some cases acute hepatitis C with resolve without treatment. However, in about 85% of cases acute hepatitis C leads to chronic hepatitis C, which is a longterm form of the disease which can cause liver damage and liver cancer. (Continues On Page 2)
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