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Hepatitis A and E usually resolve on their own, but hepatitis B and C can cause serious liver disease, including cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Hepatitis C is caused by a virus in the blood that primarily attacks the liver and causes inflammation leading to progressive liver damage.
We all know that the sooner one treats a disease the greater are the chances of a cure without sustaining permanent damage from the disease.
If I was going to make it, there was some work do. We found out that the whole family was going to need healing with my liver cirrhosis.
The machine is designed to remove toxins from the blood and may prevent organ failure and allow the liver to regenerate on its own.
The complications include liver cancer, failure, transplantation or death. Consistent medical monitoring is recommended.
This over-the-counter drug is a leading cause of liver failure in the United States — and is especially dangerous for people with hep C.
A look at reports of adverse reactions to the current crop of drugs suggests they may occasionally lead to severe liver disease.
A California man suffering from heart failure, liver failure and hepatitis C has been given a second chance at life.
Much attention is focused on the effort to achieve a cure for hepatitis C. But what actually happens after the virus is finally gone?
While livers can regenerate themselves, scientists have been frustrated in their attempts to grow liver cells outside the bodyâ€”until no...
A second virus confronts people living with HIV.
This vital organ works hard for you. Here’s how.
The founder of the Caring Ambassadors Hepatitis C Program looks back on his journey with the virus, from the day he was diagnosed to the day h...
More than two thirds of people living with hepatitis C were born between 1946 and 1965 and were likely infected in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
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