Hepatitis C infection is caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV). You can catch hepatitis ... injury If blood from someone who has hepatitis C contacts a cut on your skin or contacts your eyes or mouth Most people who are recently infected with hepatitis ...
How Can I Contract Ebola Disease?
And that’s why you can’t afford to ... diseases ranging from HIV to Hepatitis B & C; but physicians are now warning that drug addicts are also at risk of contacting Ebola virus if they share unsterilised needles with infected person.
What you need to know about hepatitis C
The Canadian Liver Foundations estimates that 250 thousand Canadians have hepatitis C and many don’t even know it. Besides contracting a virus, individuals can contract ... you are cured of hepatitis C there is still a small chance you can become re ...
Hepatitis C: What’s Myth, What’s Fact
It’s also not spread through sneezing, kissing, hugging, holding hands or sharing utensils, food or drink. Myth: Drugs cause hepatitis C. Fact: Although hepatitis C is not caused by drugs, today people most often contract ... Myth: You can’t cure ...
Hepatitis awareness being raised at Nova Institution for Women
There are three man types of hepatitis - A, B and C - in ... with someone infected with it. For instance, it could be through sharing razors or sharing nail clippers. Even if there is blood on a toothbrush and you share a toothbrush. Blood can survive ...