What is hepatitis c?
Hepatitis C is a virus carried in the blood of people who are infected. Although it usually causes no symptoms for many years, the virus can seriously damage your liver. There is no vaccine to protect against hepatitis C infection - but it can be treated effectively.
How could hepatitis c spread?
The virus can be spread by implements contaminated with blood like unsterile razors or unsterile medical or dental equipment. If you think you may have been exposed to the virus, ask your GP about having a test now. Or quote â€˜Urduâ€™ on 0800 181 4016 and speak in confidence to an advisor.
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