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Drug use and homelessness were among the top reported risk factors during the 2016 to 2022 hepatitis A outbreak.
Most hepatitis A–related deaths during widespread community outbreaks spanning 2016 to 2022 could have been prevented via vaccination.
A personalized approach to diagnosis and treatment is needed when viral hepatitis and fatty liver disease coexist.
Hepatitis A and B declined in 2021, but new hepatitis C cases have doubled since 2014.
About 40% of people worldwide are not aware that viral hepatitis is a leading cause of liver cancer.
Nine total cases have been reported.
Eliminating viral hepatitis by 2030 requires support and funding from organizations large and small.
Testing is a fundamental step toward treating hepatitis C, yet many Latino Americans are not being screened.
Five people have contracted hepatitis A, and two of those have been hospitalized.
Cases of contaminated raspberries were distributed throughout the Northeast.
Plus: Over 10 prevention services related to hepatitis, HIV and sexually transmitted infections covered by the Affordable Care Act.
Most hepatitis A infections in recent years have been seen in people who use drugs and people experiencing homelessness.
The FDA is investigating the source of an outbreak that has led to 12 hospitalizations.
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