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There is no vaccine for hepatitis C: Getting tested could save your life

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Scientist researcher chemist doctor working with transparent glassware mixing liquid solution during microbiology experiment in hospital laboratory. Medical equipment on table. Medicine concept

The hepatitis vaccines you receive as a child don’t protect you from getting hepatitis C, a serious disease that can have fatal consequences including liver damage, cirrhosis and liver cancer.

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