Study: Hepatitis C may have "jumped" from dogs to humans

05/24/2011 | HealthDay News

U.S. researchers examining samples from dogs involved in respiratory disease outbreaks have identified a virus identical to the human strain of hepatitis C, indicating that dogs likely spread the virus to humans about five centuries back. The finding could help researchers gain insight into the evolution of the germ in people and possibly develop better disease treatments.

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