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Hepatitis C PB
|Description||Hepatitis C (HCV) primarily causes a long-lasting liver disease. It is spread by contact with infected blood. It first became evident in 1974 that a non A/non B hepatitis virus existed. Finally, a test was discovered that could be used to identify the virus in 1989 and from the early 1990s all blood units were screened for HCV. Hepatitis C is more likely than Hepatitis B to cause liver disease.|
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