The most common viral hepatitis are those caused by viruses A, B and C.
Broadcast normally through food or personal contact. Lasts approximately 1 month. It is a mild infection that heals on its own. There is vaccine.
Transmitted primarily through sexual intercourse and blood contact. There is vaccine. Age deaf in the liver for up to 20 or 30 years. It leads to cirrhosis, liver cancer and death. There is treatment. Total cures are rare, but it is possible to cope with the disease by treating it for varying periods of time.
The largest epidemic of humanity today, superior to AIDS / HIV in 5 times. Transmission is by blood contact, via transfusions, dentists, shared syringes, etc. It is not transmitted by sex (unless there is mutual bleeding). There is no vaccine. There are subdivisions of your virus (genotype 1, 2 and 3 and rare 4, 5 and 6). There are around 200 million people in the world who carry the hepatitis C virus. It is the leading cause of liver transplants, accounting for 40% of cases. It can cause cirrhosis, liver cancer and even death.
Reused or poorly sterilized instruments can transmit hepatitis C. So do not share manicure tools, razors, syringes, tattoo supplies or any instrument that may have come in contact with infected blood.
RAG For Hepatitis Eradication
We already did it once with polio.
Let’s do it one more time.
LET’S ERADICATE HEPATITIS C!