People with hemophilia who had hepatitis C virus were 15 times more likely to develop hepatocellular carcinoma, compared with those who didn't have HCV, according to a study published in Haemophilia. The findings also showed increased odds of HCC among hemophilia patients who were older, white and recipients of platelet transfusions.
HCV raises hepatocellular carcinoma risk in hemophilia patients
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