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Hernando Beach restaurant employee tests positive for hepatitis A – WFLA

Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. MORE CASES: HERNANDO BEACH, Fla. (WFLA) – A restaurant worker in Hernando County tested positive for hepatitis A this month. The Florida Department of Health in Hernando County said it was an employee at Zig Zag Scallop Restaurant on Calienta Street in ...

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RUDN medics first to gather scattered data on hepatitis morbidity in Somalia – News-Medical.net

Viral hepatitis means liver inflammation caused by viruses and is among top-10 mortality factors in the world. It is passed with contaminated food and water, through contact with infected blood, via common use of household appliances such as manicure or shaving sets. There are numerous viruses that can cause this disease. Some of them, such as hepatitis A virus, can ...

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The race to eliminate hepatitis C – Newsroom

health & science New Zealand has 12 years to meet a World Health Organisation target to eradicate hepatitis C. Standing in the way of achieving this is tracking down those with the disease, and publicly funding existing medication capable of curing it. It’s estimated 50,000 New Zealanders could have the blood-borne virus with many unaware they have it. Symptoms can ...

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Routine Versus Targeted Hepatitis C Testing in US State Prisons – Specialty Pharmacy Times

Routine hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing in correctional facilities may be a more effective strategy than a targeted approach to eliminate HCV transmission in prison populations, according to a new study led by Boston Medical Center. With no widely accepted testing approach for HCV in prison settings, many correctional facilities approach screening differently. The CDC currently recommends targeted or risk-based testing ...

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