Hepatitis (HEP-uh-TYE-tis) is a liver disease that causes inflammation or swelling of the liver.
In chronic hepatitis C, the virus stays in the body and may be silently damaging the liver over a long period of time (20 years or more).
How Do You Get Hepatitis C?
The only way to get hepatitis C is to come in contact with an infected person's blood.
Are There Different Types of Hepatitis C Viruses?
What Tests Are Used to Monitor Chronic Hepatitis C?
What Can I Do to Help Manage My Chronic Hepatitis C?
How Will My Health Care Provider Manage My Chronic Hepatitis C?
Can I Give Hepatitis C to Family and Friends?
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