Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, which is caused by a group of viruses each identified by a letter. In this section you will find information on the most common forms of hepatitis: hepatitis A, B and C.
The CDC reports that people at risk for HAV include international travelers, IV drug users who share needles and men who have sex with men.
The CDC estimates that 1.25 million Americans have hepatitis B virus (HBV)..
The CDC estimates that up to 90% of people with hemophilia were exposed to HCV through contaminated products prior to 1987.
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