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HCV raises hepatocellular carcinoma risk in hemophilia patients

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.

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