Hepatitis C a widespread epidemic

07/6/2009 | KPBS-TV/KPBS-FM (San Diego)

Hepatitis C infection is more widespread and 10 times more infectious than HIV and affects about 4 million people in the U.S. The disease can cause life-threatening complications, including scarring and cirrhosis, if it goes undetected. However, the virus often does not cause symptoms and can go undiagnosed for years.

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