The Hidden Danger of Hepatitis CAugust 8, 2018
Did you know that baby boomers are 5 times more likely to have Hepatitis C? That puts individuals that are entering their elderly years at a higher risk of the disease. Therefore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends this demographic to get tested. One of the main reasons the doctors are concerned about Hepatitis C is because people living with the virus do not know they are infected. If it is left untreated, the Hepatitis C virus can infect the liver and cause chronic and possibly life-threatening disease such as liver damage and liver failure.
It is believed that many of the baby boomers living with the Hepatitis C virus became infected back in the 70’s and 80’s and have been living with the virus until now, and studies suggest that up to 75% of the people do not know they are infected with Hepatitis C. Since the rate of liver related health issues are on the rise, we highly encourage you to raise awareness of the hidden danger of Hepatitis to your friends and family during this Hepatitis Awareness Month and beyond to make sure people can get life-saving care if they indeed were infected with Hepatitis virus.
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